This book analyzes T.S. Eliot’s poems and plays and examines their sources, insofar as these have been identifiable. This work doesn’t attempt to show the relation between his poetry to his prose, nor does it wish to become a biography. It does however, consider the creative ideas behind each work and the literary echoes which enrich meaning.
If you're familiar with T.S. Eliot's work, this book would be a great companion. The book assumes that you have read Eliot’s poetry and plays - a great gem if you can own them. It stands as a compatible companion if you are interested with the study of Eliot’s works between 1905 -1948.
(Paperback, 329 pages, 13.2 x 20.2 x 2.2 cm)
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