T. S. Eliot: A Symposium from Conrad Aiken and Others

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T. S. ELIOT

A symposium from Conrad Aiken, Luciano Anceschi,
G. B. Angioletti, W. H. Auden, George Barker, Montgomery Belgion, Clive Bell, John Betjeman, Amalendu Bose, Ronald Bottrall, E. Martin Browne, Emilio Cecchi,
Nevill Coghill, Ernst Robert Curtius, Bishnu Dey, Ashley Dukes, Lawrence Durrell, William Empson, George Every, G. S. Fraser, Henri Fluchère, Michael Hamburger,
Desmond Hawkins, John Heath-Stubbs, Pierre Jean Jouve, Wyndham Lewis, E. F. C. Ludowyk, Louis MacNeice, Claude Edmonde Magny, Richard March,
Eugenio Montale, Marianne Moore, Nicholas Moore,
F. V. Morley, Edwin Muir, Norman Nicholson,
Hugh Gordon Porteus, Mario Praz, Kathleen Raine, James Reeves, Anne Ridler, George Seferis, Edith Sitwell,
Stephen Spender, Tambimuttu, Ruthven Todd,
Vernon Watkins

Compiled by Richard March and Tambimuttu

Henry Regnery Company
Chicago, Illinois

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword 11
  • How Pleasant to Know Mr Eliot 15
  • King Bolo and Others 20
  • Early London Environment 24
  • For T. S. Eliot 33
  • The Style of the Master 35
  • Cambridge Twenty Years Ago 38
  • For T. S. Eliot 43
  • The Pope of Russell Square 44
  • Three Poems for Mr Eliot Muse as a Bicyclist 48
  • Irving Babbitt and the Continent 51
  • T. S. Eliot as a Publisher 60
  • Dead Ends 71
  • A Meeting with Eliot 73
  • O What a Beautiful Morning (from Natarajah: A Poem for Mr T. S. Eliot) 77
  • The Poet of Our Time 78
  • Sweeney Agonistes 82
  • Anniversary 88
  • The Usher of Highgate Junior School 89
  • Gravitation 93
  • Mr Eliot Among the Arjunas 96
  • T. S. Eliot in Ceylon 103
  • Speaking to the Dead in the Language of the Dead 106
  • T. S. Eliot in the Theatre 111
  • T. S. Eliot and Germany 119
  • T. S. Eliot in Greece 126
  • Verses for the 60th Birthday of Thomas Stearns Eliot 136
  • Encounters with Mr Eliot 138
  • Défense De La Lucidité 141
  • Eliot and the Adolescent 146
  • A Tribute 152
  • T. S. Eliot and Philosophical Poetry 154
  • A Language by Itself 167
  • T. S. Eliot 178
  • A Virtuoso of Make-Believe 179
  • The Way of Rejections 181
  • I Who Am Here Dissembled 189
  • Eliot and Ourselves 190
  • The Dramatic Verse of T. S. Eliot 196
  • A Double Note on T. S. Eliot and James Joyce 208
  • Resurrection in the Crypt 218
  • T. S. Eliot and Bengali Poetry 225
  • Words and Imagery 231
  • A Garland for Mr Eliot 235
  • We Have Heard the Key Turn 236
  • To T. S. Eliot 243
  • T. S. Eliot and Eugenio Montale 244
  • A Journey to the Centre of the Earth 249
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