A Critical Difference: T. S. Eliot and John Middleton Murry in English Literary Criticism, 1919-1928

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Index
Abercrombie, Lascelles99
Ackroyd, Peter155, 158
Action française 97, 99
L'Action française132
Adelphi93-5, 100-1, 125-6, 130-2, 186
Aiken, Conrad185, 187
Albalat, Antoine78
Aldington, Richard38, 50, 56, 70, 98
Aliotta, Antonio136
Angell, Norman20
Archer, William52-3
Arnold, Matthew119, 121, 124
Athenaeum2, 14-15, 17, 19, 34-40, 85
Auden, W. H.190
Babbitt, Irving50, 56, 61-2, 64, 99-100, 114, 124, 134
Baker, Ernest22
Ballets Russes 114
Beaverbrook, Lord19
Bell, Clive34, 37, 117
Benians, E. A.102
Bennett, Arnold25, 28
Bergonzi, Bernard66
Bergson, Henri1, 4, 108, 109, 110-15, 121, 138-9, 141, 160, 180
Bethune-Baker, J. F.147, 151-2
Blackmur, R. P.67
Blast39
Blavatsky, Madam 56
Blunden, Edmund52
Bottomley, Horatio19-20
Bradley, F. H.9, 120
Bridges, Robert29
Bronowsky, Jacob190
Brown, Ivor36
Buchan, John54
Calendar of Modern Letters30, 188-9
Carswell, John39
Case, Shirley146
Cassavant, Sharron Greer132-3
classicism 96-103, 105, 109, 111-12, 115, 120, 126, 155, 158-60, 165-6
Claudel, Paul88
Collingwood, R. G.50
Collis, J. S.22
Contemporary Review16
Cook, Sir Edward18
Coplestone, Frederick141
Criterion92-3, 95-6, 126, 132, 186-7, 188-9 see also Monthly Criterion: New Criterion
Curtius, Ernst Robert179-80
Daily Mail20
D'Arcy, M. C.173-5
Dawson, W.H.16
Dent, J. M.54
Dewey, John192-3
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan28
Duhamel, Georges13, 32
Durrell, Lawrence191
Egoist38, 39, 55, 98
Eliot, T. S.:
After Strange Gods44, 190, 194, 195-6
' A Brief Treatise on the Criticism of Poetry' 62-3
' Books of the Quarter' 167-8
' A Commentary: The Work of T. E. Hulme' 112
' To Criticize the Critic' 8-9
' Dante' 84, 90
Dante184
' Experiment in Criticism' 183
' A Foreign Mind' 59
' Four Elizabethan Dramatists' 114
' The Function of a Literary Review' 95
' The Function of Criticism' 102-5, 194
Homage to John Dryden103
' The Idea of a Literary Review' 154-5, 158
' John Dryden' 121
' The Local Flavour' 63n
' The Metaphysical Poets' 49, 51, 90-1
' Mr Middleton Murry's Synthesis' 176-8, 179

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  • Oxford English Monographs i
  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • I - Reconstruction: Murry, Eliot, and the Athenaeum, 1919-1921 12
  • 2 - The Criterion Versus the Adelphi, 1922-1925 69
  • 3 - Orthodoxy and Modernism the Claims of Religion, 1926-1928 128
  • Select Bibliography 197
  • Index 211
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