A Companion to T. S. Eliot - eBook
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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Series: Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture
- It compiles the most comprehensive and up-to-date treatment available of Eliot's work and career
- It explores the powerful forces that shaped Eliot as a writer and thinker, analyzing his body of work and assessing his oeuvre in a variety of contexts: historical, cultural, social, and philosophical
- It charts the surge in critical interest in T.S. Eliot since the early 1990s
- It provides an illuminating insight into a poet, writer, and critic who continues to define the literary landscape of the last century
"The articles are fully informative, readable and stimulating. There are mostly free of unnecessary abstraction and of trendy jargon. Students, teachers and all readers interested in literature and poetry will enjoy-and benefits from- this companion." (Emerald, November 2010)
"A Companion to T. S. Eliot is a necessity for any college or university library and a worthwhile investment for your personal library. You will use it and reuse it, and you'll encourage your students to do the same. If Eliot's criticism influenced so much of what came after him, let's hope this volume influences literary scholarship as it's practiced today, inspiring us to teach instead of dazzle, to value quality over quantity, and to "reduce, reuse, and recycle" in order to produce a more sustaining and sustainable body of criticism." (Davidson College, Summer 2010)
"This Contextual Encyclopedia is a superb introduction to the wealth and diversity of world literature for school and students-both within and beyond the US-and for the reader." (Reference Reviews, April 2010)