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This book is the outcome of the author’s continued study and research in T.S. Eliot literature, demonstrating as it does his valid critical insight and sound judgement. There are scholars who might initially differ with him in regard to his formulations about Eliot’s indebtedness to Indian thought and tradition, but they will have to accept them ultimately in the presence of well-researched and well-documented internal and external evidences. Even established Western scholars like Grover Smith of the Duke University and Charles M. Holmes of the Transylvania University, U.S.A., besides a host of Indian professors and scholars, have acknowledged the truth. The book comprising eighteen papers present a comprehensive view of Eliot and bring out his multi-pronged genius. Eliot was an American by birth and education, an Anglo-Catholic by religion, a Britisher by way of ‘naturalized citizenship’, a deep-rooted European by sense of culture, a ‘universal poet’ and an ‘international hero’ by means of his creative talent and art. The book highlightes Eliot’s literary personality and the different aspects of his creative art. These papers undoubtedly broaden the scope of approach to Eliot. The book is designed in such a way that it will attract both common and specialist readers.

Table of Contents:
1. Eliot’s Juvenilia : An Appraisal 2. Eliot as an American Poet 3. Eliot’s Imagery and Symbolism 4. Some Indian Symbols in T.S. Eliot’s Poetry 5. Metaphysical Strain in Eliot’s Poetry 6. Religious Trends in Eliot’s Poetry 7. The Indian Temper in Eliot’s Poetry 8. Indian thought and Tradition in T.S. Eliot’s Poetry : A Summary 9. Eliot’s Main Critical Theories in the Light of Sanskrit Poetics : A Note 10. The Evolution of Indian Ideology in Eliot’s Poetry 11. Humanism in Eliot’s Poetry 12. “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”: An Assessment 13. The Waste Land as an International Poem 14. The Waste Land, 11. 432-433 15. Four Quartets : A Commentary 16. “To the Indians Who Died in Africa” (1943) : A Study 17. Indian Echoes in Eliot’s Plays 18. Eliot, Brooks and The Idea of ‘Tradition’

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  • ISBN-13: 9788126901364
  • Publisher: Atlantic
  • Publisher Imprint: Atlantic
  • Depth: 22
  • Language: English
  • Weight: 399 gr
  • ISBN-10: 8126901365
  • Publisher Date: 01 Mar 2003
  • Binding: Hardback
  • Height: 225 mm
  • No of Pages: 224
  • Width: 147 mm

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