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T.S. Eliot

T.S. Eliot was an American poet and playwright. He won both the Nobel Prize for Literature and the Order of Merit. His notable works are The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock and The Waste Land.
No, he was an Anglican.
we are hollow inside. we are soulless. we do nothing
I don't think he liked him as Eliot's'prelude' was a rebuke against Wordworths. Wordsworth, in Eliot'sopinion, was "highbrow" and didn't appeal to the masses. Only aminority elite. However, Eliot, despite his ambiguous poetry,wanted to connect with the masses and allow everyone (like Woolf)to enjoy...
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in this poem the poet describes about the cat who always commits the crime and goes with leaving any evidence or prof for the officers .
Studying poems of famous poets
His most famous poem is "The Waste Land".
Eliot wrote many poems, but among his most famous are: The Waste Land, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, and Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats. He also wrote seven plays during his lifetime. For his mastery of the English language, T.S. Eliot was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948...
Old Possum's book of Practical cats was the basis of the Broadway musical "Cats."
Theme of Sweeney among the nightingale by TS Eliot?
The love song of Alfred J.Prufrock(1915) The waste land(Published1922,in five parts) 1. The Burial of the dead 2. A game of chess 3. The fire sermon 4. Death by Water 5. What the thunder said Four Quartets: 1. Burnt Norton(1936) 2. East Coker(1940) 3. The Dry Salvages(1941) 4. Little Gidding (1942)...
No, he did not. Eliot was opposed to the enlightenment. He believed that the breakdown of the whole to reach the sum of its part (enlightenment breaking down the universe into small pieces of facts) is the opposite direction that humankind needs to go because it separates science from God. Instead,...
alienation in the modern world.
Authors have a need to express themselves. T. S. Elliot was writingbecause he was having marital problems and the English problemsafter World War I.
T.S. Eliot is famous for his poem the wastland and quotes like " This is the way the world ends, not with a bang but a whimper" if you want to know more T.S. Eliot quotes, go to BrainyQuotes.comand search T.S. Eliot.
"Sweeney among the Nightingales" is a poem by T.S. Eliot about a lonely man who is having diner. He is enjoying his diner when a drunken woman comes in and attempts to sit on his lap. In this process she spills a cup of coffee and falls to the floor. The lonely man watches this woman as the waiter...
1888-1965, so end of 19th century beginning 20th.
Because this is Intertextuality you do not have to quote an author to use intertext. All who have read it knows it is Eliot's poem that are being quoted anyway.
The poem "A Cooking Egg" by T.S. Eliot is fundamentally about notbeing able to find a meaningful existence in modern society.
We shall not cease from exploration. And the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. T. S. Eliot , Little Gidding British (US-born) critic, dramatist & poet (1888 - 1965) .
Before addressing some remarks on the poem mentioned in the title of this essay, I would like to stress that T. S. Eliot's life and work provide us with a compelling doubt about his status quo in the western literary history once he is regarded as a traditionalist, id est, anglo-catholic in ...
He wrote one play called Murder in the Cathedral about the murder of Thomas Becket.
t.s. eliot was born in Missouri on September 26,1888
a school in st. loius
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St.Louis,Missouri Gloucester, Massachussets
Yes: the 1917 Prufrock and Other Observations (includes "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock"), the 1920 Poems (includes "Gerontion"), and the 1922 The Waste Land are in the public domain. Later works are still protected.
Thomas Stearns Eliot (by, Subham Kumar)
1. Not everyone agrees on what makes "good" literature good (evenif it's written by shakespeare). 2. Popularity is not alway equal to artistic quality 3. You are allowed to have your own opinions about literature
England. Thomas Stearns Eliot (1888-1965) was born in America (in St. Louis, Missouri) to American parents. In 1927 he entered the Anglican church and became a British subject.
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TS Eliot died in London in 1965 of emphysema from heavy smoking.
1948 Nobel Prize in Literature.
The central point of T.S. Eliot's Impersonal Theory of Poetry is that 'the poet, the man, and the poet, the artist are two different entities'. The poet has no 'personality' of his own. He submerges his own personality, his own feelings and experiences into the personality and feelings of the...
In T.S Eliot's poem, Mcavity the mystery catof villanious character is described. Macavity is a tall and thinindividual who is always upto some crime. He is too clever to leaveany evidence of his guilt. He is the confusion of every agencies inthe world including Scotland Yard and Flying Squad who...
"April is the cruelest month, breeding Lilacs from the dead land, mixing Desire and memory, stirring Dull roots with spring rain..." ~ from "The Waste Land" by T.S. Eliot I believe that he means that April is the cruelest month because it is the beginning of hope. What has been dead (the earth in...
He wrote it to symbolize his own personal journey to becoming a christian.
because he hipnotized him
T.S. Eliot wrote "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats" in the 1930's. It was a collection of poems about cats -- how cats think, what cats do, how cats feel, etc. basically Cat Psychology. In 1981, Andrew Lloye Weber created the musical "CATS" which was based on this collection of poems.
This book is a collection of Eliot's observations of cats. The poems humorously describe typical strange cat behaviors. They are great poems to read for people who love cats because the poems affectionately admire cats eccentricities.
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No, "T.S." stands for Thomas Stearns - he was a man.
Thomas Sterns Eliot
It is similar to The Waste Land in that it talks about a destitute society seemingly devoid of morality.
No, Eliot considered the different possible interpretations of Hamlet's character and motivations a defect in Shakespeare writing.
The Old Gumbie Cat (Jennyanydots) Growltiger Rum tum tugger Mungojerrie and Rumpleteaser Old Deutoronomy Rumpus Cat (Pekes and the Pollicles) Mr Mistoffoles Macavity Gus the theatre cat (Asparagus) Bustopher Jones Skimbleshanks Cat Morgan (1952 edition) The other poems that don't introduce cats are...
He did not write any novels; he wrote poems, plays, and criticism.
There are alot of novel. But i can't be bothered to tell u 1
No body dies in his or her own land where they were born dency
The quote is both beautiful, but also bittersweet. Equating someone's presence with something so ephemeral, but yet also very fleeting. (for all music/beauty ends, and so must we!) There is also some deliberate ambiguity here as well, as one may read into this perhaps a bit more personally, that...
I think it might be about a murder in a big church.
He is a Jellicle cat.
Henry David Thoreau wrote: "Most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song still in them."
T.S. Eliot's poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufock" (1915) is considered the masterpiece of Modernistic poetry. Eliot's poem makes use of stream of consciousness, a characteristic of Modernism, to relay the thoughts of the narrator. Prufrock is an outdated man, who laments his inability to grow...
Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats was created in 1939.
Henry James wrote The Portrait of a Lady in 1881.. T.S. Eliot published the poem "Portrait of a Lady" in 1915. Presumably he wrote it shortly before that.
T. S. Eliot was one of the most influential poets ever and was the most erudite poet of his time. Some say his poems mark the 20th century poetic revolution. I used biography.com to get this information.
he had no children.
There are several modernist themes included within Gerontion, but religion and sexuality are the two most prominent in my humble opinion.
"Murder in the Cathedral" was about the assassination of ArchbishopThomas Becket. The drama took place in 1170 and had its firstperformance in 1935.
yes because he had emphysema from heavy smoking and that is also how t.s. eliot died.
TS Eliot was born in St. Louis Missouri and moved to London England.
T. S. Eliot was an influential Modernist poet, who was awardedthe Nobel Prize for Literature in 1948. His masterpieces include"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," "The Wasteland," "AshWednesday," and Four Quartets . The impact of his worksspanned decades.
The 'S' stands for Stearns but there is no evidence of a connexion with the financial firm Bear Stearns - or is there??
No he doesnt have any kids.
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His dad was Henry Ware Eliot and his mother was Charlotte Chauncey Stearns. Henry was the president of the Hydraulic-Press Brick Company. Charlotte was a former teacher and a social work volunteer at the Humanity Club of St. Louis. She was an amateur poet and she had a taste for Emerson.
The cat's name is Macavity. You will find this when you read the poem
'Death' is the speaker of the poems point of view, that with the 'Birth' of Christ comes the 'Death' of the speakers old belief system or way of living. "..silken girls bringing sherbet.." 'Birth' having connotations of anew beginning a new way of life.
"Ezra Pound would be an important and pivotal person in Eliot's life. When Eliot arrived in London, Eliot was still not sure if his heart was in academics or poetry. Pound's role was pivotal to Eliot not only because he helped organize and edit Eliot's famous poem "The Waste Land," but he also ...
T.S. Eliot was born in the United States (in St. Louis, Missouri)
there are many, the wheel symbolizes fate and how it cannot be changed. Becket is a Christ figure. The Tempters obviously represent temptations. They also closely reflect the Knights for a reason but I'm too lazy to go into detail.
No, however his first wife vivian eventually died in a mental institute after ts Elliot drove her to insanity from constant beatings.
A lot of classics, and some people think that he wrote a lot more. I don't know any specific #'s.
Yes. He had two. His first wife was Vivienne Haigh- Wood she died. His second wife was Valerie Fletcher.
Yes once to Vivien Haigh-Wood and then a second time to Valerie Fletcher.
T.S. Eliot was 76 when he died.
well its because t.s eloit was published in 1922