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Analysis of George Eliot’s Novels

Eliot: A Study in Form. London: Athone Press, 1959. Hughes, Kathryn. George Eliot: The Last Victorian. London: Fourth Estate, 1998. Hutchinson, Stuart, ed. George Eliot: Critical Assessments. East Sussex, England:…

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Audio Lectures

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The American New Critics

…Southern-oriented movement which was hostile to the hard-nosed industrialism and materialism of a United States dominated by ‘the North’. Without stretching the point too far, a consanguinity with Arnold, Eliot

Modernist Use of Myth

…condenses emotions and experiences. TS Eliot’s The Waste Land is perhaps the most representative of Modernist works with a profusion of mythical usage. TS Eliot employed the mythial method to…

Ebooks

Eliot’s Feminism: The Right to Rebellion Author(s): June Skye Szirotny (auth.) Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK, Year: 2015 (3MB) Twenty-first Century Feminism: Forming and Performing Femininity Author(s): Claire Nally, Angela Smith…

Intentional Fallacy

…the work itself, and any attempt to understand the author’s intention violates the autonomy of the work. TS Eliot-in “Tradition and the Individual Talent” (1919) had argued – that “Honest…

Imagism: An Introduction

…a Station of the Metro. by George Charles Beresford,photograph,1913 William Carlos Williams, Richard Aldington, DH Lawrence were other practitioners, while imagism also evident to have influenced TS Eliot, WB Yeats,…

Modernist Metropolis

…Bridge about the Brooklyn Bridge, the monument of engineering and architectural beauty that made New York city the centre of American urban life. Eliot’s melancholy poems reverberate with the loneliness…

Study Guides

…The Hollow Men by T. S. Eliot Hawk Roosting by Ted Hughes Harlem by Langston Hughes Half-Caste by John Agard The Good-Morrow by John Donne God’s Grandeur by Gerard Manley…

Poetry Guides

…The Hollow Men by T. S. Eliot Hawk Roosting by Ted Hughes Harlem by Langston Hughes Half-Caste by John Agard The Good-Morrow by John Donne God’s Grandeur by Gerard Manley…

Audio Poetry

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Postmodernism

…continuity and meaning that is lost in modern life. Thus Eliot laments that the modern world is an infertile wasteland, and the fragmentation, incoherence, of this world is effected in…

Romanticism in France

…the bourgeois manner of life. Romanticism became such an idealization.”4 Equally, Gautier’s impersonality and formal stringency subserve – as with T. S. Eliot’s early so-called classical poetic endeavors – not…

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