T. S. Eliot

 

 

Reflections on Contemporary Poetry

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Literatur: T. S. Eliot
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ONE of the ways by which contemporary verse has tried to escape the rhetorical, the abstract, the moralizing, to recover (for that is its purpose) the accents of direct speech, is to concentrate its attention upon trivial or accidental or commonplace objects. This tendency is common to a very great variety of poets; what is less noticed is the divergence of form which it takes. To be concrete, if perhaps facile in generalization, I may divide the tendency into its English and its American currents. With the American the effect is more usually an arrest at the object in view; the American poet is fearful of betraying any reaction beyond that revealed in the choice and arrangement; the effect is of an ingenious if sometimes perverse visual imagination in complete detachment from any other faculty. The Russian influence may here count for something; the Russian novel, with its curious trick of fastening upon accidental properties of a critical situation, and letting these in turn fasten upon the attention to such an extent as to replace the emotion which gave them their importance

 

 

 

 

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The Egoist.
Bd. 4, 1917, Nr. 8, September, S. 118-119.

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Kommentierte und kritische Ausgabe

 

 

 

Literatur: T. S. Eliot

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Callison, Jamie: Transmuting F. H. Bradley. T. S. Eliot's Notes Towards a Theory of Poetry. In: T. S. Eliot Studies Annual 1 (2017), S. 99-113.

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Harding, Jason (Hrsg.): The New Cambridge Companion to T. S. Eliot. Cambridge 2017.

Kindley, Evan: Poet-Critics and the Administration of Culture. Cambridge MA u. London 2017.

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Rainey, Lawrence: Eliot's Poetics: Classicism and Histrionics. In: A Companion to T. S. Eliot. Hrsg. von David E. Chinitz. Oxford 2009, S. 301-310.

 

 

Literatur: The Egoist

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Marek, Jayne: Women Editing Modernism. Lexington 1995.

Morrisson, Mark S.: The Public Face of Modernism. Little Magazines, Audiences, and Reception, 1905-1920. Madison, Wis. u.a. 2001.
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Rabaté, Jean-Michel: Tradition moderniste ou taxonomie des petites revues: The New Age, The Egoist, transition. In: Revues modernistes anglo-américaines. Lieux d'échanges, lieux d’exil. Hrsg. von Benoît Tadié. Paris 2006, S. 31-57.

Rabaté, Jean-Michel: Gender and Modernism: The Freewoman (1911-12); The New Freewoman (1913), and The Egoist (1914-19). In: The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines. Hrsg. von Peter Brooker u.a. Bd. 1: Britain and Ireland 1880-1955. Oxford 2009, S. 269-289.

Thacker, Andrew: Dora Marsden and The Egoist: "Our War Is With Words". In: English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920. Vol. 36.2 (1993), S. 179-196.

 

 

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