T. S. Eliot



Hamlet and His Problems



Literatur: Eliot
Literatur: The Athenaeum


The only way of expressing emotion in the form of art is by finding an "objective correlative"; in other words, a set of objects, a situation, a chain of events which shall be the formula of that particular emotion; such that when the external facts, which must terminate in sensory experience, are given, the emotion is immediately evoked.





Erstdruck und Druckvorlage

The Athenaeum.
A Journal of Literature, Science and the Arts.
Nr. 4665, 1919, 26. September, S. 940-941.

Gezeichnet: T. S. E.

Unser Auszug: S. 941.

Die Textwiedergabe erfolgt nach dem ersten Druck (Editionsrichtlinien).

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Kommentierte und kritische Ausgabe





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Brandmeyer, Rudolf: Poetiken der Lyrik: Von der Normpoetik zur Autorenpoetik. In: Handbuch Lyrik. Theorie, Analyse, Geschichte. Hrsg. von Dieter Lamping. 2. Aufl. Stuttgart 2016, S. 2-15.

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.

Chinitz, David E. (Hrsg.): A Companion to T. S. Eliot. Hoboken 2014.

Freed, Lewis: T. S. Eliot's Impersonal Theory of Poetry and the Doctrine of Feeling and Emotion as Objects. In: Yeats Eliot Review 17.1 (2001), S. 2-18.

Gallup, Donald: T. S. Eliot. A Bibliography. London 1969.

Greenburg, Bradley: T. S. Eliot's Impudence. Hamlet, Objective Correlative, and Formulation. In: Criticism. A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 49 (2007), S. 215-239.

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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Menand, Louis: Art. Objective correlative. In: Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Hrsg. von Roland Greene u.a. 4. Aufl. Princeton u.a. 2012, S. 963.

Olsen, Flemming: Eliot's Objective Correlative. Tradition or Individual Talent. Contributions to the History of a Topos. Brighton u.a. 2012.

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.

Schwartz, Sanford: Beyond the Objective Correlative: Eliot and the Objectification of Emotion. In: T. S. Eliot. Man and Poet. Hrsg. von Laura Cowan. Bd. 1. Orono, ME 1990, S. 321-341.



Literatur: The Athenaeum

Cuny, Noëlle: Le Dialogue de la science et de l'art dans Blast, The Athenaeum, The Signature. In: Revues modernistes anglo-américaines. Lieux d'échanges, lieux d’exil. Hrsg. von Benoît Tadié. Paris 2006, S. 201-217.

Demoor, Marysa: Their Fair Share. Women, Power, and Criticism in the Athenaeum, from Millicent Garratt Fawcett to Katharine Mansfield, 1870-1920. Aldershot u.a. 2000.

Demoor, Marysa: John Middleton Murry's Editorial Apprenticeships. Getting Modernist Rhythm into the Athenaeum, 1919-1921. In: English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920. 52.2 (2009), S. 123-143.

Marchand, Leslie A.: The Athenaeum. A Mirror of Victorian Culture. New York 1971 (Reprint of the 1941 ed., Chapel Hill).

Wellens, Oscar: 'The Brief and Brilliant Life of the The Athenaeum under Mr. Middleton Murry' (T.S. Eliot). In: Neophilologus 85 (2001), S. 137-152.
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Whitworth, Michael H.: Enemies of Cant: The Athenaeum (1919-21) and The Adelphi (1923-48). 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. 364-388.



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