William Empson: Against the Christians

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • Contents xiii
  • List of Illustrations xiv
  • Abbreviations xvi
  • Chronology xviii
  • 1 - The BBC War 1
  • 2 - The War within the BBC 57
  • 3 - Chinabound 102
  • 4 - Sounding the South- Kenyon College, Summer 1948 125
  • 5 - Siege and Liberation 134
  • 6 - The New China 172
  • 7 - Changes in China; and Kenyon Again 191
  • 8 - Quitting Communist China 210
  • 9 - Final Reckoning- The Affair of Fei Hsiao-T’Ung 237
  • 10 - ‘A Mighty Raspberry’- The Structure of Complex Words 272
  • 11 - Homing to Yorkshire 309
  • 12 - From Poetry to the Queen 349
  • 13 - Ménage à Trois 376
  • 14 - The Anti-Christian- Milton’s God 432
  • 15 - ‘They Think Good Literature Is a Tremendous Scolding’- From Sheffield to Legon 454
  • 16 - The Road to Retirement 514
  • 17 - Rescuing Donne and Coleridge 560
  • 18 - Roamings in Retirement- From Toronto to Miami 606
  • 19 - Faustus- Finale 650
  • The Wife Is Praised - An Unpublished Draft Poem by William Empson 665
  • The Wife Is Praised 666
  • Notes 673
  • Index 771
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