• ts eliot
    What according to T. S. Eliot, is ‘dissociation of sensibility’? What is his charge against Milton and Dryden in the essay on ‘The Metaphysical Poets’? Eliot’s theory of the ‘dissociation of sensibility’ may be said to be an attempt to find some kind of historical explanation to the dissolution...
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  • Eliot and Lawrence
    T. S. Eliot and D. H. Lawrence – Compare and Contrast their Techniques and Themes T. S. Eliot and D. H. Lawrence, although they are both contemporary authors of Modernist period, express different values and techniques. They are both born in 1880s when the world enters the industrial age...
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  • Metaphysical Poetry
    Cowley, John Cleveland, and the predominantly religious poets George Herbert, Henry Vaughan, and Richard Crashaw. In the 20th century, T. S. Eliot and others revived their reputation, stressing their quality of wit, in the sense of intellectual strenuousness and flexibility rather than smart humour. The...
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  • John Donne (1572-1631)
    shooting arrows of love. -Brought back to life in 20th century by T. S. Eliot's essay "The Metaphysical Poets"(1921) T. S. Eliot argued that their work fuses reason with passion and that it shows a unification of thought and feeling. -John Donne, George Herbert, Richard Lovelace, Andrew Marvell...
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  • Assignment Meg 5
    expansive than in his earlier writings. Dissociation of sensibility is a literary term first used by T. S. Eliot in his essay “The Metaphysical Poets”[1] It refers to the way in which intellectual thought was separated from the experience of feeling in seventeenth century poetry. Eliot used the...
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  • The Metaphysical Poets
    ). His volume was greeted with an enthusiastic review by T. S. Eliot (first published in the Times Literary Supplement, 20 Oct 1921, 669–70, and reprinted as ‘The metaphysical poets’ in Selected Essays, 3rd edn, 1951, 281–91). Eliot projected on to the work of Donne and his contemporaries many of the...
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  • T. S. Eliot as a Critic
    Eliot, T. S., in full THOMAS STEARNS ELIOT (b. Sept. 26, 1888, St. Louis, Mo., U.S. – d. Jan. 4, 1965, London, Eng.), American-English poet, playwright, literary critic, and editor, a leader of the modernist movement in poetry in such works as The Waste Land (1922) and Four Quartets (1943). Eliot...
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  • Characteristics of Metaphysical Poetry
    Elizabethan love‐lyrics. Other poets to whom the label is applied include Andrew Marvell, Abraham Cowley, John Cleveland, and the predominantly religious poets George Herbert, Henry Vaughan, and Richard Crashaw. In the 20th century, T. S. Eliot and others revived their reputation, stressing their quality...
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  • Analysis of the "The Burial of the Death"
    by resorting to tension indeed makes the Wasteland his masterpiece of all times. Work Cited Eliot, Thomas Stearns. “Traditional and the Individual Talent” The sacred wood; essays on poetry and criticism by T. S. Eliot: New York: Edited by Alfred A. Knopf, Bartleby.com, 1996. (25-30) Eliot, Thomas Stearns. The Metaphysical Poets...
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  • Donne's Poetry
    /period/metaphysicals.html [accessed February 2008]. Eliot, T. S. (1921) The Metaphysical Poets, The Norton Anthology Theory And Criticism, ed. Vincent B. Leitch, General Editor, (New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc, 2001). Johnson, S. (1783) From Lives of the English Poet, The Norton Anthology...
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  • Structuralism
    whole, and the rules that constitute it). Structuralists in literature believe that a novel is the parole and the genre it belongs to (eg crime, romance, etc) is the langue which defines it.   Tradition and Individual Talent by T. S. Eliot |     T.S. Eliot’s ‘Tradition and Individual Talent...
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  • Prufrock
    , W.B.The Second Coming. The Collected Poems of W. B. Yeats, ed. Richard J. Finneran New York: Macmillan, 1989 Yeats, W.B. A Vision. London: Macmillan, 1937. Eliot, T. S. "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock." Collected Poems 1909-1962 . New York: Harcourt Brace, 1963. 3-7. Loucks, James. "Prufrock...
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  • Rennaisance
    . Born in Missouri, T. S. Eliot would eventually settle in England, where he would produce some of the greatest poetry and criticism of the last century. Eliot picked up where the Imagists left off, while adding some of his own peculiar aesthetics to the mix. His principal contribution to twentieth...
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  • A Survey of British Literature
    ” 4. “The Second Coming” B. T. S. Eliot (PS) 1. “The Hollow Men”’ 2. “Journey of the Magi” C. Poets of World War I (spartacus and PS) 1. “Dulce et Decorum...
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  • Murder in the Cathedral
    Drama." On Poetry and Poets. New York: Farrar. Eliot, T.S., 1968. The Idea of a Christian Society. New York: Harcourt. Eliot, T.S., 1969. "Murder in the Cathedral." The Complete Plays and Poems of T. S. Eliot. London: Faber and Faber. Fergusson, Francis O., 1949. The Idea of a Theatre: A Study of Ten...
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  • Sennet46
    , declaring that in the conceit "the most heterogeneous ideas are yoked by violence together." Such modern poets as Emily Dickinson and T. S. Eliot have used conceits. Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/conceit#ixzz1KfSk2Mu2...
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  • Comperative Study of Antony Cleapetra and All for Love
    , encompassing primitivism, formal innovation, or reaction to science and technology. o Notable authors: Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, H.D., James Joyce, Gertrude Stein and Fernando Pessoa The Lost Generation • It was traditionally attributed to Gertrude Stein and was then popularized by Ernest Hemingway in...
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  • The Flea
    . This is the feeling of lust, expressed through the mind of the speaker. As T.S. Eliot says, in his essay “The Metaphysical Poets,” “A thought to Donne was an experience; it modified his sensibility (Eliot 213).” This is why the rhythm of the poem is so sexual; it is also, why the speaker’s...
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  • Modernism
    advantage of this new freedom. No Modernist poet has garnered more praise and attention than Thomas Stearns Eliot. Born in Missouri, T. S. Eliot would eventually settle in England, where he would produce some of the greatest poetry and criticism of the last century. Eliot picked up where the Imagists...
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  • List of Poetry Group
    values of classical antiquity. Favouring formal, restrained forms, it has recurred in various Neoclassical schools since the eighteenth century Augustan poets such as Alexander Pope. The most recent resurgence of Neoclassicism is religious and politically reactionary work of the likes of T. S. Eliot...
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