Poetic Theory and Practice of T.S. Eliot
Atlantic Publishers & Dist, 1996 - 277 Seiten
This Is A Comprehensive Study Of The Whole Æuvre Of T.S. Eliot, His Poetry, Criticism, Drama And Social Writings From The Pen Of A Penetrating Scholar. The Writings Of Eliot Still Form Major Documents Of Twentieth Century English Literature Presenting Challenges And Problems To The Reader. Using The Tools Of 'Background' And 'Domain' Assumptions, The Author Has Brought Out Eliot'S Philosophical Moorings And Sociological Preoccupations. A Study Of This Book Is A Must If Eliot'S Esoteric Doctrines And Poetry Have To Be Seen As A Systematic Whole.
Eliot and Bradley
Domain Assumptions and Some
Eliots Theory of Poetry
Absolute according to Eliot action aesthetic Appearance audience background assumptions Becket believe Bradley Bradley's metaphysics Bradley's philosophy Bradleyan century character Charles Maurras chorus Christian Church classical concept consciousness criticism culture doctrine domain assumptions dramatist Eliot says Eliot's plays Eliot's poetry Eliot's views Elizabethan emotions English Erinyes essay existence expression Ezra Pound F.H. Bradley F.R. Leavis Faber feeling finite centre four Tempters Hugh Kenner Hulme human idea ideology Immediate Experience individual influence Irving Babbitt Knowledge Lady liberal literary literature Maurras meaning metaphysical poets mind moral nature object objective correlative past pattern person Philip Massinger poem poet poetic drama point of view political present problem prose Prufrock reality relation religion religious Restoration comedy Romanticism sense sensibility Shakespeare social society sociology spiritual symbol T.E. Hulme T.S. Eliot theme theory Thomas Thomas Becket thought tradition unity universe Waste Land whole Wollheim words writing