|AcknowledgmentsixList of Abbreviationsxi|
|Mastery and Escape: T. S. Eliot and the Dialectic of Modernism1|
|Dispensationalism and the Invention of History|
|The Dispensations of Art: Mallarmé and the Fallen Reader23|
|"Ole T. E. H.": Pioneer of Modernism46|
|Common Ground and Collaboration in T. S. Eliot65|
|The Mind of Europe: Anxiety, Crisis, and Therapy|
|The Structure of Eliot's "G0erontion": An Interpretation Based
on Bradley's Doctrine of the Systematic Nature of Truth81|
|The Case of the Missing Abstraction: Eliot, Frazer, and
|Substitutes for Religion in the Early Poetry of T. S. Eliot123|
|Keeping Time in Time: Eliot's Struggle with Form in The Waste
Land and Four Quartets140|
|Mastery and Escape: Eliot's Dialectical Imagination|
|The Education of T. S. Eliot167|
|T. S. Eliot and the Revolt Against Dualism: His Dissertation on
F. H. Bradley in its Intellectual Context172|
|F. H. Bradley's Doctrine of Experience in T. S. Eliot's The Waste
Lands and Four Quartets191|
|Modernism and Belligerence207|
|Tradition and Female Enmity: Sandra M. Gilbert and
Susan Gubar Read T. S. Eliot213|
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Book title: Mastery and Escape:T.S. Eliot and the Dialectic of Modernism.
Contributors: Jewel Spears Brooker - Author.
Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press.
Place of publication: Amherst, MA.
Publication year: 1994.
Page number: vii.
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