The Poetry of T. S. Eliot
Haskell House, 1971 - 187 pagina's
Although Eliot exerted for many years as important influence on English poets, his writing style & choice of material made his work difficult for the average reader. This study analyzes his poetic theory & discusses a number of his major early works. "The excellence of this little volume makes it a key for easy entrance into Eliot's entire poetic work."--NEW YORK TIMES.
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