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The Waste Land (Anglais) Broché – 4 octobre 1999

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HASH(0x958914d4) étoiles sur 5 Expand your understanding.... 17 juin 2007
Par Jeff D. Thompson - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I'm not really qualified to review TS Eliot. First of all, I couldn't be impartial---I made a special trip while in Somerset to visit the man's grave (actually a little plaque). Secondly, the corpus of his work represents one of the greatest pinnacles of the English language. I'll let Oxford dons review Waste Land.
This book of essays, however, was extremely helpful to me as I studied this poem, this monument to our decaying culture. I really think that it was instrumental in allowing me to reach a certain level of understanding, a level of comfort, with one of the most dense poems in English. However, it's not cheap, and no easy read in itself. You have to want it!
If you are serious about your Eliot, pull out the VISA and go to town. If you are just passing through, your local library has a copy you could check out before spending the money.
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HASH(0x9587f3c0) étoiles sur 5 EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE WASTELAND 3 août 2007
Par Alfred Johnson - Publié sur
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Recently in this space I reviewed Allen Ginsberg's modern 'beat' classic Howl. I have in the past written admiringly of the metaphysical poet John Donne and of my hero revolutionary Cromwellian Commonwealth political activist/poet John Milton of Paradise Lost fame. All poets in their ways different but held together by one common bond-the ability to sense the beauty hidden in the English language and to put it in symbolic form. Eliot is in that company. To a great extent, at least in the modern era, T.S. Eliot's little poem is the one that permits all following poets including Ginsberg to explore and explode the possibilities of the language. No bad for a bank clerk, right?

I remember first reading, halteringly, Wasteland in high school straight up without notes. We spent a lot of time on the arcane references Eliot sprinkled throughout the poem and we collectively had a project to dig out all the unfamilar symbols buried in the lines of the poem. That, my friends, was serious work. In fact one classmate argued that the Arthurian quest for the Holy Grail was child's paly by comparison. We definitely could have used the copious notes provided here to speak nothing of the various critical interpretations presented. Well done. With the availability of this reference work do not, I repeat, do not fly solo with the Wasteland. It is too important a poem of the modern age to lose its meaning for lack of knowledge of some arcane references.
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HASH(0x95b0e090) étoiles sur 5 shantih shantih shantih 22 janvier 2001
Par Kelli - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Simply the defining poem of the 20th Century -- the standard against which all contemporary poetry must be judged. A rambling, rumbling tour de force of intellect, history, allusion, literature set amidst the decayed landscape of interwar Europe. Make no mistake -- this is a hard, hard poem to get your mind around -- no lazy metaphors or sappy sentimentalism here. But the poem is immensely rewarding -- deep, thoughtful, varied, inspired. My best advice would be to get a critical or annotated edition and move slowly, learning along the way. But don't let your own limitations prevent you from experiencing this work of art -- your understanding of the last century of poetic literature will suffer from a gaping hole if you omit this classic, seminal work.
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HASH(0x959fd270) étoiles sur 5 the greatest poem of the 20th century 27 août 1999
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eliot is the greatest poet of the 20th century. His work has done more to usher in the myriad of styles that have come after his than any other writer to date. he is Modern poetry and the wasteland is the benchmark upon which all others should be judged. his blending of style and concept are stunning- his words and word choice amazing- that one man could craft such greatness and still go on to write more great works is simply amazing. this poem requires work- don't know about a guide but at least dedication to intelect and insight. as pound said nothing good comes easily and this poems is the best and should be worked at and understood because with understanding and appreciation of this great work comes an insight into the minds and mindset of many of the 20th centuries great writers and thinkers.
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HASH(0x959d1264) étoiles sur 5 Intellectual Weightlifting 20 mai 1999
Par - Michael - Publié sur
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This poem (which cannot be understood without a interpretive guide, don't kid yourself) is intellectual weightlifting. Comprehending all of the allusions, symbols and multiple meanings is difficult and rewarding. Eliot's barren post-WWI world does not stir my heart, but because it enthralls my brain, I call him one of my favorites.
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