Eliot exercised a strong influence on Anglo-American culture from the s until late in the century. A strong opponent to the coming war, Pound stridently worked to prevent its seeming inevitability through his writings and even a last ditch visit to the United States in This poem, a lyric meditation of the nature and philosophy of love, was a touchstone text for Pound.
Pound writes of the decline of the sense of the spirit in painting from a high-point in Sandro Botticelli to the fleshiness of Rubens and its recovery in the 20th century as evidenced in the works of Marie Laurencin and others.
Eliot a similar start in his career as poet and critic. To use absolutely no word that does not contribute to the presentation. Victorwith his emphasis on modes of thinking, makes an appearance, in close company with Eriugena, the philosopher of light.
Rossetti made his own language. The Latin phrase Eripuit caelo fulmen "He snatched the thunderbolt from heaven" is taken from an inscription on a bust of Benjamin Franklin. Images of light and brightness associated with these goddesses come to focus in the phrase "all things that are, are lights" quoted from John Scotus Eriugena.
The Bollingen jury believed that art should be studied on its own merits without any outside factors influencing one's determination of the quality or value of the work. Nothing really important is said here, possibly because it would be wasted: Pound lapsed into silence inleaving The Cantos unfinished.
The equally conservative college dismissed him after he deliberately provoked the college authorities. Pound introduced her to his friends, including the poet Richard Aldingtonwhom she would marry in Adams is depicted as a well-rounded figure; he is a strong leader with interests in political, legal and cultural matters in much the same way that Malatesta and Mussolini are portrayed elsewhere in the poem.
He espoused some of the general applications of fascism and also was a strong advocate of anti-Semitism. He also had his detractors, ranging from avant-garde American poets who believed that he had abandoned the attempt to write about contemporary America to traditional English poets who maintained that he had broken the links between poetry and a large popular audience.
Orageeditor of the socialist journal The New Agehired him to write a weekly column, giving him a steady income. Pound's prose, as well as his poetry, has been extremely influential. Canto XIX deals mainly with those who profit from war, returning briefly to the Russian Revolution, and ends on the stupidity of wars and those who promote them.
Eliot is considered by many to be a literary genius and one of the most influential men of letters during the half-century after World War I. This news is woven through phrases from a lament by the troubadour Bertran de Born which Pound had once translated as "Planh for the Young English King" and a double occurrence of the Greek word tethneke "died" remembered from the story of the death of Pan in Canto XXIII.
During his incarceration, his travails inspired him to write two more volumes in his Cantos series, Section: Ezra Pound came to epitomize the heart of the art-for-art's-sake argument when he was arrested and charged with treason in April The most directly personal segment of The Cantos, the elegiac tones are often moving in their expression of the despair he felt during this period of fragile emotional adversity.
He developed such doctrines as the "dissociation of sensibility" and the "objective correlative" and elaborated his views on wit and on the relation of tradition to the individual talent.
The rest of the canto is concerned with the study of government and with the requirements of the franchise. Eliot to a wider audience. Nevertheless, Eliot was unequaled by any other 20th-century poet in the ways in which he commanded the attention of his audience.
A Memoir the following year, in reaction to what he saw as an unnecessary loss. De Mailla was very much an Enlightenment figure and his view of Chinese history reflects this; he found Confucian political philosophy, with its emphasis on rational order, much to his liking. He followed the lead of William Butler Yeats in attempting to revive metrical language in the theater.
A poet, critic, translator, and literary force of the modernist era, Ezra Pound was born in Idaho in He grew up in Pennsylvania and was educated at Hamilton College and the University of Pennsylvania, where he met William Carlos Williams and H.D.
(Hilda Doolittle). Literary Essays Of Ezra Pound Nonfiction by Ezra Pound.
For this definitive collection of Pound’s Literary Essays, his friend (and English editor) T. S. Eliot chose material from five earlier volumes: Pavannes and Divisions ().
Pound. The bottom line for me is that his poetry is great as an idea, while his prose is great as an experience - that is, actually great. The essays in this book and elsewhere (the letters too) are so entertaining: a cross between Mark Twain, H.L.
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