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Eliot the sacred wood essays on poetry and criticism

  1. Talk about a weird kind of perhaps self-promotion or publicity campaign. Methuen, 1980 , p.
  2. Or his description of Swinburne.
  3. Also as I re-read it, the actual text of the book itself, those "priceless" essa I read this first as a know-nothing English major, highlighted the devil out of it, scribbled mad marginalia throughout bristling and with exclamation points and arrows, astrices and swallowed in gulps every bit of Eliot hagiography my profs dished up, without reserve, uncritically.
  4. Also as I re-read it, the actual text of the book itself, those "priceless" essays, Eliot's supposed 24K thoughts and criticisms about literature qua literature, without recourse to my sophmoric comments and elucidations, a really terrible thing happened. I really enjoyed the attention given to Shakespeare and his contemporaries Marlowe and Jonson.

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