Posts Tagged ‘T. S. Eliot’

T. S. Eliot: Man and Poet, vol. 2

An Annotated Bibliography of a Decade of T. S. Eliot Criticism: 1977-1986

Compiled and Annotated by Sebastian D. G. Knowles and Scott A. Leonard


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T. S. Eliot: Man and Poet, vol. 1

Edited by Laura Cowan


“A Shape and a Significance”: Eliot’s Works in General

A.D. Moody, “Eliot’s Formal Invention”

Ronald Bush, “‘Turned Toward Creation’: T.S. Eliot, 1988”

James Longenbach, “Uncanny Eliot”

Hugh Kenner, “Eliot and the Voices of History”

Russell Elliott Murphy, “Eliot’s Grandchildren: The Poet of The Waste Land and the Generation of the Sixities”

Shyamal Bagchee, “Eliot’s ‘Only’ (and ‘All’)”

“The Whole of Literature: A Simultaneous Existence”: Eliot and Foreign Works

Harvey Gross, “Compound Ghost, Triple Devil, Terminal Books”

Joan Fillmore Hooker, “Visions and Revisions: ‘Gerontion’ in French”

Mohammad Shaheen, “Eliot in Modern Arabic Poetry”

“The Three Voices”: Eliot’s Individual Works

Early Poetry

Edward Lobb, “Chamber Music: Eliot’s Closed Rooms and Difficult Women”

The Waste Land

Joseph Bentley and Jewel Spears Brooker, “How to Read the End of The Waste Land


Louis L. Martz, “Ash-Wednesday: Voices for the Veiled Sister”

Four Quartets

Barbara Everett, “East Coker: The Village of the Heart”

Cleo McNelly Kearns, “Doctrine and Wisdom in Four Quartets

James E. Miller, Jr., “Four Quartets and an ‘Acute Personal Reminiscence’”


Richard Badenhausen, “‘When the Poet Speaks Only for Himself’: The Chorus as ‘First Voice’ in Murder in the Cathedral

W.B. Worthen, “Murder in the Cathedral and the Work of Acting”

“A Distinctive Activity of the Civilized Mind”: Eliot’s Criticism

J. P. Riquelme, “Aesthetic Values and Processes in Eliot, Arnold, and the Romantics”

Sanford Schwartz, “T.S. Eliot and the Revolt Against Dualism: His Dissertation on F.H. Bradley in Its Intellectual Context”

Jeffrey M. Perl, “A Post-War Consensus”

Richard Shusterman, “Reactionary Meets Radical Critique: Eliot and Contemporary Cultural Criticism”

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David Jones: Man and Poet

Edited by John Matthis


The Man

T. S. Eliot, “A Note on In Parenthesis and The Anathemata

W. H. Auden, “On IN Parenthesis, On The Anathemata

Stephen Spender, “David Jones”

Hugh MacDiarmid, “An Identity of Purpose”

Kathleen Raine, “From ‘David Jones and the Actually Loved and Known’”

Michael Alexander, “From ‘David Jones’ and ‘The Dream of the Rood’”

Guy Davenport, “In Love with All Things Made”

R. S. Thomas, “Remembering David Jones”

John Tripp, “A David Jones Mural at Llanthony”

John Montague, “From The Great Bell (Conversations with David Jones, 1969-1975)”

Anne Beresford, “Thomas”

René Hague, “From Dai Greatcoat: A Self-Portrait of David Jones in His Letters”

David Jones, “Letters to H.S. Ede”

William Blissett, “From The Long Conversation”

Thomas Dilworth, “David Jones and Fascism”

The Poet

In Parenthesis

Colin Hughes, “David Jones: The Man Who Was on the Field. In Parenthesis as Straight Reporting”

William Blissett, “The Syntax of Violence”

Neil Corcoran, “Spilled Bitterness: In Parenthesis in History”

Vincent Sherry, “The Ineluctable Monologuality of the Heroic”

The Anathemata

N. K. Sandars, “The Present Past in The Anathemata and Roman Poems”

Jeremy Hooker, “In the Labyrinth: An Exploration of The Anathemata

Thomas Dilworth, “The Shape of Time in The Anathemata

Patrick Deane, “The Text as ‘Valid Matter’: Language and Style in The Anathemata

The Sleeping Lord and The Roman Quarry

Teresa Godwin Phelps, “The Tribune and the Tutelar: The Tension of Opposites in The Sleeping Lord

Tony Stoneburner, “Notes Toward Performing ‘The Sleeping Lord’”

John Peck, “Poems for Britain, Poems for Sons”

Vincent Sherry, “The Roman Quarry of David Jones: Extraordinary Persepective”

The Artist

Eric Gill, “From ‘David Jones’”

Kenneth Clark, “Some Recent Paintings by David Jones”

Arthur Giardelli, “Four Related Works by David Jones”

Paul Hills, “‘The Pierced Hermaphrodite’: David Jones’s Imagery of the Crucifixion”

The Thinker

Kathleen Henderson Staudt, “The Decline of the West and the Optimism of the Saints: David Jones’s Reading of Oswald Spengler”

Thomas R. Whitaker, “Homo Faber, Homo Sapiens”

The Testament

Samuel Rees, “David Jones Bibliography”

Paul Hills, “A List of Drawings, Paintings, Carvings, and Inscriptions by David Jones in Public Collections”

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