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In 1916, on the publication of Prufrock and Other Observations, Arthur Waugh described Eliot as one of the 'literary Cubists', and four years later an anonymous reviewer of Eliot's Poems 1920 accused him of writing poetry 'as blurred and meaningful as any post-impressionist artist could wish for'.
Sending copies of Ash Wednesday to friends and acquaintance proved a mixed experience for Eliot, who discerned disappointment in the response of the critic, A.
Gerlinde Roder-Bolton's essay--"The Reception of George Eliot in Germany during her Lifetime"--sets in context the history of Eliot's translations done as part of a programme of editing the English classics, among which Eliot occupied a privileged position from the outset.
Eliot joins us from HSBC where he was Head of CTLA Transaction Management, Europe.
E certo que a "nova critica" contribuiu nao apenas para fixar o argumento de Eliot justamente nesse lugar, como tambem para complementa-lo com afirmacoes laconicas cujo valor de verdade parece prescindir de verificacao, dado o seu carater a principio autoevidente: como prologo para um livro que se ocupa da analise das contribuicoes de apenas tres poetas para o mundo moderno, Leavis assinala que "o leitor, sentindo a falta de alguns nomes, poderia reclamar que o criterio de selecao e muito rigoroso.
Despite seeking to rank among the great artists of the age, however, Eliot also feared the corrupting power of fame and egoistic ambition.
Eugenides propositioning the speaker), Crawford supplies evidence that Eliot was much obsessed with sex, quoting his scatological limericks that can still evoke a blush.
Examples of the power of these editions to change understanding or assessments of Eliot appear in both volumes.
There will be some reflection on the past by the characters, and speculation about the future and fantasy about the kids growing up," Eliot said.
Before George Eliot examines the rather neglected period when Marian Evans was making her way as an editor and then briefly as a freelance journalist in London before she became a novelist.
Reading Eliot as a great poet responding to another great poet across centuries of literature and historical experience, all of it signalled by a provocatively despairing five-word opening line: what's gone wrong, to make someone regard the beginning of a fresh season of new life as the cruellest possible time of the year?
His model here was his fellow American Henry James, whom Eliot much admired, and whose cosmopolitanism he hoped to emulate.