T.S. Eliot : a literary life

Tony Sharpe

Taking advantage of the biographical material on Eliot which has appeared in recent years, this book is an assessment of his career as poet and critic, and of the contrary impulses which shaped it. It examines how a Missouri-born American became the most prominent English man of letters of his lifetime, and explores the elements of rebellion and conformity, secrecy and openness, which manifest themselves in Eliot's life and work.

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  • Preface - Acknowledgements - Annotation and Abbreviation - The Paradoxes of Eliot: In my Beginning is my End - Before the Beginning: Home is where one starts from - 1914-1920: In my best mode oblique - 1921-1925: This is the Land: We have our Inheritance - 1926-1934: As we grow older/The World becomes stranger - 1935-1945: Not the intense moment/Isolated, with no before and after - After the End: My words echo/Thus in your mind 'There was something he said that I might have challenged' - Notes - Further reading - Index

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書名 T.S. Eliot : a literary life
著作者等 Sharpe, Tony
シリーズ名 Macmillan literary lives
出版元 Macmillan
刊行年月 1991
ページ数 ix, 189 p.
大きさ 22 cm
ISBN 033345278X
NCID BA13803227
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス