As X. Trapnel put it

''People can't get it right about Naturalism. They think if a writer like me writes the sort of books I do, it's because that's easier, or necessary nowadays. You just look round at what's happening and shove it all down. They can't understand that's not in the least the case. It's just as selective, just as artificial, as if the characters were kings and queens speaking in blank verse.'' - X. Trapnel, a novelist, in Anthony Powell's novel,''Books Do Furnish a Room.''

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