The Sacred Wood and Major Early Essays
Courier Corporation, 10.07.1997 - 130 Seiten
With the 1920 publication of his first collection of essays, The Sacred Wood, Eliot established himself as an authoritative and influential literary critic. These insightful meditations on poetry, drama, and literary criticism include observations on the works of Dante, Shakespeare, Blake, and other authors. Plus 4 essays from The Times Literary Supplement.
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Swinburne as Critic
THE METAPHYSICAL POETS
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admirable appears Aristotle Arnold artist beauty Blake blank verse Catiline Catullus century certainly character Coleridge comedy conscious contemporary Cowley Coy Mistress creative criticism Dante Dante's Donne dramatist Dryden effect Elizabethan emotion English essay essential Euripides expression fact farce feeling genius George Wyndham Greek Hamlet humour ideas important impressions intellectual intelligence interest Jonson language less lines literary literature Lucretius MacFlecknoe Marlowe Marlowe's Marvell Marvell's Massinger Massinger's master Matthew Arnold means merely metaphysical metaphysical poets Milton mind Molière never object passage perhaps person philosophy phrase play poem poet poetic drama poetry precise present prose pure Remy de Gourmont rhetoric romantic Sainte-Beuve satire sense sensibility Shakespeare Shelley simple soul speech statement style Swinburne Swinburne's Sylla's ghost Symons Tamburlaine taste thee thing thou thought tion tone Tourneur tradition tragedy translation Volpone Webster Whibley whole words writer