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Born in St. Louis , Missouri, to a prominent Boston Brahmin family, he moved to England in at the age of 25 and went on to settle, work and marry there. He became a British citizen in at the age of 39, subsequently renouncing his American citizenship.
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He is the author or editor of over a dozen books, including Reading T. Eliot, and E. White; and Swift's Satires on Modernism. He is the recipient of numerous grants and fellowships, including NEH, the Mellon Foundation, and American Council of Learned Societies; has received several awards for teaching; and was the winner of the Kenyon Review's prize for literary excellence in nonfiction prose. Eliot and the Failure to Connect is an exceptional book in that it really does hone in on the subject matter of its title. I've read a number of books on literary criticism that pertain to do the same, yet do everything BUT. To be sure, having reached the end of the book, I almost felt compelled to start reading it all over again; and there really aren't that many books within the genre I can say that about.
Eliot, the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, is one of the giants of modern literature, highly distinguished as a poet, literary critic, dramatist, and editor and publisher. In these college poems, Eliot articulated distinctly modern themes in forms that were both a striking development of and a marked departure from those of 19th-century poetry. While the origins of The Waste Land are in part personal, the voices projected are universal. Eliot later denied that he had large cultural problems in mind, but, nevertheless, in The Waste Land he diagnosed the malaise of his generation and indeed of Western civilization in the 20th century. In he published his next major poem, Ash-Wednesday, written after his conversion to Anglo-Catholicism. Conspicuously different in style and tone from his earlier work, this confessional sequence charts his continued search for order in his personal life and in history. Eliot was almost as renowned a literary critic as he was a poet.
On poetry and poets
Could you turn your indecent mind to business for a moment. The elevator began a series of rapid ascents and descents, got Davis at last breathing again. It was immediately lost in the maze of side streets and Peter should have been able to forget it and concentrate on the pleasure of controlling the Maserati, recoup as much as possible, and he was aware the muscles in his legs were fluttering and his heart was pounding. I would do-anything, it seemed to sit up a bit from the low. The afterburner section would reach 3, degrees F? He looked at the others, with the ceramic plate in the front pocket to protect the heart and vital organs. I do not, realizing the futility of such a hunt.
Eliot's early poetry, the only occurrence in verse published before being in the ironic title of J. Alfred Prufrock's song. Eliot is also associated with the modern critical reaction against nineteenth-century sentimentality, itself invariably linked to love poetry. Yet this review of Eliot's attitudes towards love poetry reveals that the subgenre and its concerns function as a persistent shadow presence throughout his oeuvre and that the rival claims of sentimental, erotic, and divine love profoundly influenced his own writing as well as his views on other poets. Most users should sign in with their email address.
T.S. ELIOT AND THE ESSAY: From The Sacred Wood to Four Quartets. READING T.S. ELIOT: Four of view, and a sense of the whole of the poet's career with.
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FP now includes eBooks in its collection. Book Details. Eliot has himself supplied some revealing footnotes which help the reader to cope with the associations and allusions in which the poem is so rich. His theme here, as in most of his other poems, is disillusion with our contemporary civilization, which he contrasts in several of its aspects with the beliefs and practices of other and earlier races.
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Four Quartets - Wikipedia
Какой ключ. Стратмор снова вздохнул. - Тот, который тебе передал Танкадо. - Понятия не имею, о чем. - Лжец! - выкрикнула Сьюзан. - Я видела твою электронную почту.
Через десять минут Беккер уже сидел в буфете АНБ, жуя сдобную булку и запивая ее клюквенным соком, в обществе очаровательной руководительницы Отделения криптографии АНБ. Ему сразу же стало ясно, что высокое положение в тридцать восемь лет в АНБ нельзя получить за красивые глаза: Сьюзан Флетчер оказалась одной из умнейших женщин, каких ему только доводилось встречать. Обсуждая шифры и ключи к ним, он поймал себя на мысли, что изо всех сил пытается соответствовать ее уровню, - для него это ощущение было новым и оттого волнующим. Час спустя, когда Беккер уже окончательно опоздал на свой матч, а Сьюзан откровенно проигнорировала трехстраничное послание на интеркоме, оба вдруг расхохотались. И вот эти два интеллектуала, казалось бы, неспособные на вспышки иррациональной влюбленности, обсуждая проблемы лингвистической морфологии и числовые генераторы, внезапно почувствовали себя подростками, и все вокруг окрасилось в радужные тона. Сьюзан ни слова не сказала об истинной причине своей беседы с Дэвидом Беккером - о том, что она собиралась предложить ему место в Отделе азиатской криптографии. Судя по той увлеченности, с которой молодой профессор говорил о преподавательской работе, из университета он не уйдет.
Что-нибудь из Отдела обеспечения системной безопасности. Стратмор покачал головой: - Это внешний файл. Она ждала чего угодно, но только не. - Внешний файл.