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Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns): T. S. ELIOT - 10 TITEL: A Student's Guide to the Selected Poems of T. S. Eliot. / The Cocktail Party. / Das wüste Land. Englisch und deutsch. Übertragen von Ernst Robert Curtius. / Selected Prose. Edited by John Hayward / The Poetry of T. S. Eliot (Maxwell, D E S). / Notes towards the Definition of Culture / Murder in the Cathedral. / The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism. / Eliot - The Use of Poetry / The Art of T. S. Eliot.
(1) Southam, B. C.: A Student's Guide to the Selected Poems of T. S. Eliot. London, Faber and Faber, 1972. Taschenbuch, 8°; 135 S., einige Bll. m. z. T. längeren Anmerkungen mit Bleistift und Kugelschreiber. Noch ordentlich erhalten. // (2) Eliot T. S.: The Cocktail Party. Faber, 1969. Taschenbuch, 185 S., fast alle Seiten mit Anstreichungen, Anmerkungen. // (3) Eliot, T.S.: Das wüste Land. Englisch und deutsch. Übertragen von Ernst Robert Curtius. (Insel-Bücherei Nr. 660). 11.-18. Tsd. Frankfurt/M., Insel, 1962. OPpbd., kl.-8°; 61, (3) Seiten, sehr gut erhalten, sauber. Dieser Titel in deutscher Sprache // (4) Eliot, T. S.: Selected Prose. Edited by John Hayward. Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1963. Kartoniert, 8°; 236, (4) p. (= Peregrine Books Y22). - Vorsatzblatt in einer Ecke knickrandig, sonst gutes Exemplar. // (5) The Poetry of T. S. Eliot (Maxwell, D E S). Routledge & Kegan, London, 1962. Kartoniert, 8°; 223 S., leichte Gebrauchsspuren, sauber. // (6) T. S. Eliot: Notes towards the Definition of Culture (=Paper covered Editions). Faber, 1948. Kartoniert, 8°; 124 S., Einbanddeckel m. kl. Fleck im Fußbereich, sonst gutes Exemplar. // (7) Eliot, T. S.: Murder in the Cathedral. London: Faber and Faber, 1963. OLeinen, 8°; 72 S. - Einband schief gelesen, die Bll. m. zahlreichen Anmerkungen, Unterstreichungen (Bleistift). // (8) The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism. London: Methuen Fountain Library, 1934. OLeinen, 8°; 171 S. - Einbandkanten ausgeblichen, Name im Spiegel, gesamthaft ordentliches Exemplar. // (9) Eliot, T.S.: The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism. Studies in the relation of criticism to poetry in England. The Charles Eliot Norton Lectures for 1932 - 1933. London, Faber and Faber, o. J. (um 1980). Kartoniert, 8°; 155 S., sauberes Exemplar. // (10) Art of T. S. Eliot. Helen Gardner. Faber & Faber, o. A. (um 1980). ISBN: 057108527X. Kartoniert, 8°; 185 S., gut erhalten.

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Shyamsundar Padihari Illustrator: . The Criticism of T.S. Eliot and its Contemporary Relations, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. 2011 ISBN: 9788126915132

New Hardcover . This study is an attempt to map out the influence of Eliot, particularly The Waste Land, on modern Indian poetry with special reference to Oriya, Bengali and Assamese poetry. T.S. Eliot influenced and actively helped two generations of English poets and writers as a director of a publishing firm. He was the first to throw open the windows of English literature to fresh breezes from Europe and to eastern mysticism and through his writings, gave a new assessment of the medieval poets and their mysticism. His poem aEURoeThe Love Song of J. Alfred PrufrockaEUR provides the starting point of the modern poetic revolution. The Waste Land, published in the year 1922, is an authentic statement of the post- war sense of depression and futility. Critics said it was a fragmented view of a shattered world, through pieces of a broken mirror, which reflects the starvation, sterility, frustration and complexity of the modern civilization with its spiritual barrenness. Eliot has portrayed the spiritual sterility of contemporary civilization as a piece of waste land, where nothing can grow, and the inhabitants of this barren land wait for the rain, which never comes. In this degenerating world of the waste land, there can be no love, but only perversions of it. It is not too difficult to speculate the reasons for such a pessimistic and negative attitude on the part of Eliot. It was only later, when Eliot embraced Anglo-Catholicism and found an answer to his restlessness in religious redemption that his magnificent Four Quartets joined the pieces and formed a stained glass window. For Eliot, each of his poems was a aEUR raid on the inarticulateaEUR and he reaffirmed the value of poetry by struggling to attain the discipline of the spirit, through the discipline of language. Eliot sought to transmute mystical experience into his art, by word-perfect use of motif, refrain, counterpoint and contrast. Eliot seemes to be the most talked about in Indian literary circles. By the 196s, the Eliot Cult was at its peak in Indian poetry and he was an important part of our cultural awareness. Apparently, he still is. The poets during the period attempted a drastic break with the past by taking a big leap into free verse and introducing new symbols and images to convey a particular feeling and emotion or to describe specific situations. In Oriya poetry, the movement was pioneered by Sachi Routray, and the poets like Guru Prasad Mohanty, Ramakanta Rath, Sitakanta Mohapatra and Soubhagya Kumar Misra wrote poetry, being perniciously influenced by Eliot. Similarly, Eliot had become fairly well established in Bengali literary and intellectual discourse. Modern Assamese poetry is marked by the poets like Nabakanta Barua who found in Eliot an idiom to depict the physical and spiritual bankruptcy of the contemporary life. EliotaEUR s form and language has greatly influenced the modern Assamese literature. The book is a critique of T.S. EliotaEUR s major works. It will be useful to the students and teachers of English literature, particularly T.S. Eliot and researchers in this field. Contents : Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. T.S. Eliot: The Mystic Maestro; 2. Modernism and EliotaEUR s Talent; 3. EliotaEUR s Physical World; 4. EliotaEUR s Spiritual World; 5. T.S. Eliot and Modern Oriya Poetry; 6. T.S. Eliot and Modern Bengali Poetry; 7. T.S. Eliot in Assamese Poetry; 8. Conclusion; Selected Bibliography Printed Pages: 190. .

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Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns): T. S. ELIOT - 6 TITEL: Selected Essays (1917-1932). 1949. / Schaeder, G. u. H.: Ein Weg zu T. S. Eliot. 1948. / Der Privatsekretär. Komödie. / Die Cocktail Party. Roman. Deutsch von Nora Wydenbruck. / Der Familientag. Schauspiel. Deutsch von Rudolf Alexander Schröder und Peter Suhrkamp. / Mord im Dom. Berlin, Suhrkamp, 1946.
(1) Eliot, T. S.: Selected Essays (1917-1932). London, Faber and Faber, 1949. OLeinen, Schutzumschlag, 8°; 516 S. - Umschlag m. Randeinrissen u. angeschmutzt, sonst gutes Exemplar. Dieses Exemplar in englischer Sprache. // (2) Schaeder, G. u. H.: Ein Weg zu T. S. Eliot. Hameln, Seifert, 1948. OHalbleinen, Schutzumschlag, 8°. 160 S. - Umschlag m. kleinen Randeinrissen, gesamthaft gutes Exemplar. // (3) Eliot, T. S.: Der Privatsekretär. Komödie. Berlin und Frankfurt a. Main, Suhrkamp (=Bibliothek Suhrkamp) 1954. Deutsch von Nora Wydenbruck und Peter Suhrkamp. OPpbd., Schutzumschlag, 8°; 156 S., 1. - 10. Auflage (=Bibliothek Suhrkamp, 21). Ca. 30 Bll. m. Anmerkungen (Bleistift), sonst gut erhalten. // (4) Die Cocktail Party. Roman. Deutsch von Nora Wydenbruck. Berlin/Frankfurt a.M., Suhrkamp, 1955. Kartoniert, Schutzumschlag, 8°. 169(1) S. - sehr zahlr. Anmerkungen mit Bleistift, sonst gut. // (5) Der Familientag. Schauspiel. Deutsch von Rudolf Alexander Schröder und Peter Suhrkamp. Berlin: Suhrkamp 1949. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Kartoniert, 8vo.120, [1] S. - Rücken schadhaft, zahlr. Anmerkungen m. Bleistift. // (6) Mord im Dom. Berlin, Suhrkamp, 1946. Kartoniert, 8°, 79 S., wenige Seiten mit Anmerkungen, sonst gut erhalten.

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Behr, C. T.S. Eliot : a Chronology of His Life and Works. The Macmillan Press Ltd, London, first edition, 1983.
From the blurb: "T. S. Eliot has been called 'the invisible poet'; an official biography has yet to be written. This strictly chronological account of his life and work incorporates most of the biographical material available and includes extensive quotation both from Eliot's own writings, public and private, and from the letters and memoirs of his contemporaries. Although not a critical study as such, T. S. Eliot: A Chronology of his Life arid Works creates a portrait of the life of the poet, and offers new insight into his work by relating it closely to his life."

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