• Eliot’s Alienation | The Espresso Stalinist

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His views and his expression of them were usually pungent.

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 Pursuing this theme, he once described how teachers of literature should go about it:
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(2012-01-07) - ISBN-13: 978-613-9-12615-6

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There are ways to deal with this problem, and no, it does not include another round of mythological ‘holocausting’. Getting rid of the fed, the 16th and 17th amendments, and shutting down all aide to israel, and for God’s sake (the real one, the Good one), stop take advice from jews on foreign and domestic policy. It is only self serving. The jew has eternally divided loyalties, and considering how bloody and violent their ideologies are, they are a threat to humanity and world peace.

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More than all this, however, by asserting that "Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion; it is not the expression of personality, but an escape from personality" and by demanding that the poet must search for the object, situation or event that objectively expresses the emotion, Eliot supplied critical tools to both maker and critic alike.

(2011-11-09) - ISBN-13: 978-613-8-27742-2

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(2011-03-26) - ISBN-13: 978-613-4-94235-5

In his verse plays, Eliot hoped to restore poetic drama to a place it once occupied, though whether there is enough life in his characters and whether their moral dilemmas will carry over to another age needs best be left to time. Only "Murder in the Cathedral" seems to have the necessary staying power, at least in book form, if not on the stage.

(2011-03-26) - ISBN-13: 978-613-4-94220-1

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29. Divorce: Another Factor of Poverty

(2011-03-26) - ISBN-13: 978-613-4-94218-8

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(2011-03-26) - ISBN-13: 978-613-4-94214-0

Although Eliot's influence began to wane in the last decade of his life, we are still too close to the light he shed to take his measure accurately. That his poems will have a permanent place in that tradition he so cherished is certain. And whatever judgment is made of his criticism, no consideration of 20th-century literature in English will be able to bypass him. If we judge a man by the vacancy that his absence from his time would have caused, T.S. Eliot was a giant.