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Pound and Eliot
|Contributions||Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972., Eliot, T. S.|
Ezra Pound is widely considered one of the most influential poets of the 20th century; his contributions to modernist poetry were enormous. He was an early champion of a number of avant-garde and modernist poets; developed important channels of intellectual and aesthetic exchange between the United States and Europe; and contributed to important literary movements such as Imagism and Vorticism. Pound and Eliot remained in touch with each other – Pound contributed frequently to the Criterion, and Eliot, through his position at Faber and Faber, saw many of Pounds’ books through.
Yeats, Pound and, above all, Eliot are the figures at the centre of his response to Modernism. The eight essays on Eliot included here provide some of the most illuminating criticism on the poet available, and some of the most practically useful to readers. 's "Wasteland" (Study in English Literature) Paperback Book The Fast $ Gross THE CONTRIVED CORRIDOR Ezra Pound YEATS T. S. Eliot HENRY ADAMS hc/dj.
Unless you knew that Eliot called Pound "Mop" and that Pound called Eliot "Possum" you couldn't possibly know what they were getting at, these critics asserted. In politics, Eliot liked to say that he was a "monarchist," although most of his friends suspected that he saw the monarchial principle as a symbol rather than as a political instrument. : Quantum Poetics: Yeats, Pound, Eliot, and the Science of Modernism () by Albright, Daniel and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books /5(16).
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Their partnership sometimes went in unexpected directions: when Pound found Eliot’s stash of bawdy poems, he wanted to print them in BLAST magazine, but Wyndham Lewis would make no exceptions on his policy of avoiding four-letter words.
To their contemporaries, Pound described Eliot as having “more entrails than might appear from his quiet exterior,” and as having a special talent for satire.
In his celebration of the young TS Eliot (Review, 10 January), Robert Crawford writes at length about the modernity and the notable achievement of The Author: Guardian Staff. Consensus so uniform inevitably invites dissent, and it was only six years later that the distinguished critic Hugh Kenner published a provocative and influential book, one still essential for anyone striving to assess Anglo- American modernism.
Its title, The Pound Era, implicitly repudiated the widespread belief that Eliot had dominated his age. It was Ezra Pound, instead, who had reshaped the poetic and. By thoroughly examining T. Eliot and Ezra Pound collected and uncollected writings, James Longenbach presents their understandings of the philosophical idea of history and analyzes the strategies of historical interpretation they discussed in their critical prose and embodied in their poems including history." Originally published in In “The Anti-Semitism of T.S.
Eliot” [ NYR, June 6] Louis Menand implies that I excised an anti-Jewish sentence of Pound’s when I put the Pound and Eliot book essay, “Patria Mia,” into Pound’s Selected Prose – This is not so.
The words were removed by Pound himself inwhen he revised “Patria Mia” for book publication. Yeats' occultism has long been acknowledged, but this is the first study to show that Pound's early Pound and Eliot book with Yeats was based largely on a shared interest in the occult sciences, and that Pound's epic of the modern age, The Cantos, is a deeply occult work.
Reading the entire text of the "poem" as Eliot drafted it, we must be grateful that Pound told him to scrap so much of it. It's full of long, amusing sets of couplets describing dismal domestic dullness. Pound helped Eliot rescue just the highlights/5(22). The Poetics of Modernism: Ezra Pound and T.
Eliot By Nasrullah Mambrol on Janu • (3) Modernism comprised a broad series of movements in Europe and America that came to fruition roughly between and Its major exponents and practitioners included Marcel Proust, James Joyce, Ezra Pound, T.
Eliot, William Faulkner, Virginia Woolf, Luigi Pirandello, and Franz Kafka. Author of pervious studies of Joyce, T.S. Eliot, Wyndham Lewis and Pound (to name a few), Kenner bestrides modern literature if not like a colossus then at least a presence of formidable proportions. A new book by him is certainly an event.A demanding, enticing book that Cited by: Pound, in other words, might be said not only to have helped shape and structure Eliot’s poem but to have influenced Eliot’s own interpretation of it.
‘Complimenti, you bitch’, Pound wrote to Eliot on 24 January ofon reading through the revised poem, adding, ‘I am wracked by the seven jealousies’. Ezra Pound was already in England when Eliot arrived and, as Eliot told his college friend, the poet Conrad Aiken, in a French phrase, Pound was the soul of kindness to the younger poet.
POUND AND ELIOT ON ULYSSES: THE CRITICAL TRADITION It is part of the mythology of modernism that we habitually discuss Ulysses and The Waste Land as if they were simultaneous artistic performances, twin children of the Zeitgeist. In our desire to make those anni mirabiles of the early 's even more mirac.
Pound was an outstanding editor—Eliot called him il miglior fabbro, the finer craftsman—and nudged Eliot's poems into the masterpieces they are today.
His life story offers insight into the modernist era and the creation of a poet. This pioneering study did much to rehabilitate Ezra Pound's reputation after a long period of critical hostility and neglect.
Published init was the first comprehensive examination of the Cantos and other major works that would strongly influence the course of contemporary poetry.5/5(1).
However, the best-preserved example of one poet editing another is Ezra Pound’s work on TS Eliot’s The Waste Land. The poem’s manuscript, first published in and now available on a.
Eliot, Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, ‘Humankind cannot bear very much reality’ T. Eliot was a hugely influential twentieth-century poet and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in Looking for books by T.S.
Eliot. See all books authored by T.S. Eliot, including Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, and The Waste Land and Other Poems, and more on Eeldrop and Appleplex & Ezra Pound: His Metric and Poetry.
T.S. Eliot $ Cat Morgan. T.S. Eliot $ Letters of T. Eliot Volume 8: – T.S. The arc of Eliot's life began in a fashion similar to Pound's for he, too, was an American who went abroad.
Like Pound he was a social critic and major poet. A keen observer of the times, Eliot had been a protege of Bertrand Russell, the brilliant mathematician, activist and notorious atheist.
Each facsimile page of the original manuscript is accompanied here by a typeset transcript on the facing page. This book shows how the original, which was much longer than the first published version, was edited through handwritten notes by Ezra Pound, by Eliot’s first wife, and by Eliot himself.
Edited and with an Introduction by Valerie Eliot; Preface by Ezra Pound.4/5(10). Pound reviews T. Eliot (Poetry, ) Description: A review by Ezra Pound of Prufrock and Other Observations by T.S. Eliot. The review was first published in in Poetry magazine and later in Pound's book Literary Essays.
Citations: The essay was first published in in Poetry magazine. The text below came from a reprint in T. Eliot, a collection of criticism edited by Linda W.
Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats is a book of comic verse by the American modernist poet T S Eliot. The works contained are ‘nonsense’ poems in the tradition of Edward Lear.
Though this seems surprising given the seriousness of the rest of Eliot’s output, The Waste Land (), for example, contains passages of nursery rhyme and popular song.The result is that many cliches of early literary modernism--Pound's ideogrammic method, Eliot's objective correlative--are refreshed by being placed in a larger context.
One of this book's great virtues is that it uncovers the philosophical assumptions behind .Eliot’s first book, Prufrock and Other Observations, was published in Juneby the Egoist Press, although Pound had fronted the printing costs.
Poems was published by the Hogarth Press infollowed the next year by Poems, published by Alfred Knopf.