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T. S. Eliot
|Statement||by T. S. Eliot.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 171,  p.|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||39004625|
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Eliot's first collection of literary criticism. It contains some of his most influential early essays and reviews5/5(3). This seminal book, Eliot's first collection of literary criticism, appeared in London intwo years before The Waste forabetterchicago.com contains some of his most influential early essays and reviews, among them 'Tradition and the Individual Talent', 'Hamlet and his Problems', and Eliot's thoughts on Marlowe, Jonson and Massinger, as well as his first tribute to Dante.4/5.
Mar 28, · With the publication of The Sacred Wood inT. Eliot became the first New Critic even before the name of New Sacred wood book evolved into a commonplace in literary theory.
Prior to this book, literary theory in general tended to valorize the poet over the poem.5/5(3). Sep 19, · About the Book. The Sacred Wood is a collection of 20 essays by T. Eliot, first published in Topics include Eliot's opinions of many literary works and authors, including Shakespeare's play Hamlet, and the poets Dante and Blake.Cited by: The Sacred Wood is a collection of 20 essays by T.
Eliot, first published in Topics include Eliot's opinions of many literary works and authors, including Shakespeare's play Hamlet, and the.
The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism Sacred wood book. Eliot Eliot’s collection of essays on poetry and criticism covers such masters of verse as Dante and Blake as well as his critical views of poetic drama, rhetoric, blank verse and other critics such as Ben Johnson, Swinburne and Phillip Massinger.
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In Spanish, the name literally means “Holy Wood”. It is part of the citrus family and has sweet notes of pine, mint and lemon. Ceremonial Benefits – Palo Santo is enjoyed by many for its energetically cleansing and healing properties similar to Sage and Cedar. With the publication of his first collection of essays, The Sacred Wood, Eliot established himself as an authoritative and influential literary critic.
These insightful meditations on poetry, drama, and literary criticism include observations on the works of Dante, Shakespeare, Blake, and other authors. Plus 4 essays from The Times Literary Supplement.
The Sacred Wood, book of critical essays by T.S. Eliot, published in In it, Eliot discusses several of the issues of Modernist writings of the period. The best-known essay of the collection, “Tradition and the Individual Talent,” puts forth Eliot’s theory of a literary tradition that.
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The Sacred Wood by T. S. Eliot has - like most of the Nobel Prize-winner's work - become essential reading for anybody interested in poetry, literature, or the history and culture of forabetterchicago.coming 'Tradition and the Individual Talent', 'Hamlet and his Problems' and analyses of writers such Christopher Marlowe, Ben Jonson and Dante/5(4).