The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism

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Methuen, 1969 - Criticism - 171 pages
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This is a dense book, and difficult precisely because Eliot addresses his peers rather than providing an introduction to either poetry or to criticism. I admire the earnest approach, and readily admit ... Read full review

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And probably more people have thought Hamlet a work of art because they found it interesting, than have found it interesting because it is a work of art. It is the “Mona Lisa “ of literature. I harbor ... Read full review

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TRADITION AND THE INDIVIDUAL TALENT
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THE POSSIBILITY OF A POETIC DRAMA
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