Theory and Personality: The Significance of T. S. Eliots Criticism Brian Lee

ISBN: 9781306723169

Published: June 27th 2014

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Theory and Personality: The Significance of T. S. Eliots Criticism by Brian Lee
June 27th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 165 pages | ISBN: 9781306723169 | 10.64 Mb

T. S. Eliots literary criticism is often described as ?the criticism of a poet?. Mr Lee asks what happens if we take that description seriously and read the criticism as if it was as much the expression of the man, it its way, as the poetry-MoreT. S. Eliots literary criticism is often described as ?the criticism of a poet?. Mr Lee asks what happens if we take that description seriously and read the criticism as if it was as much the expression of the man, it its way, as the poetry- continuous with the poetry and the preoccupations of the poetry. This essay in interpretation is an attempt to follow out such a programme and to account for the contradictions and seemingly discrepant utterances that Eliot himself left unexplained.

The opening chapter offers an outline of Eliots main ?theories? and the connection between them, and subsequent chapters deal with critical approaches to Eliot- ?Tradition and the Individual Talent? and impersonality- Eliots ideas on personality- and the relation between individual personality and society.



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