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...(1888-1965) Poet, philosopher, critic, and dramatist, Eliot indelibly marked his anxious era. This audio reveals the man who became a literary icon. Readings by Eliot himself.
|Publisher:||Waking Lion Press|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||0.29(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
Harriet Davidson is Associate Professor of English at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA.
Table of Contents
General Editors' Preface Acknowledgements Introduction: To Theorize the Theorist: Eliot and Postmodern Criticism Part One: Eliot the Theorist 1. Richard Shusterman, "The Concept of Tradition: its Progress and Potential" 2. Jeffrey M. Perl, "The Language of Theory and the Language of Poetry: The Significance of T.S. Eliot's Philosophical Notebooks, Part Two" Part Two: Postructural Readings 3. Michael Beehler, "Semiotics/Psychoanalysis/Christianity: Eliot's Logic of Alterity" 4. Maud Ellmann, "The Waste Land: A Sphinx without a Secret" Part Three: Ideological Readings 5. Terry Eagleton, "Ideology and Literary Forms: T.S. Eliot" 6. John Xiros Cooper, "Reading the 'Seduction' Fragment" 7. Michael North, "The Dialect in/of Modernism: Pound and Elite's Racial Masquerade" Part Four: Elite and Sexuality 8. Sandra Giblet, "Costumes of the Mind: Transvestism as Metaphor in Modern Literature" 9. Christine Formula, "Elite's Grail Quest, or, the Lover, the Police, and the Waste Land 10. Jacqueline Rose, "Hamlet-the Moan Lisa of Literature" Notes on Authors Bibliography and Further Reading Index