The Plays of T.S. Eliot
Atlantic Publishers & Dist, 2007 - 198 pages
An Established Literary Giant Of All Times, T.S. Eliot Has Attracted Immense Amount Of Critical Attention. This Book Discusses The Plays Of T.S. Eliot In General And The Role Of Chorus In Them In Particular. The Plays Discussed Herein Include Sweeney Agonistes, The Rock, Murder In The Cathedral, The Family Reunion, The Cocktail Party, The Confidential Clerk And The Elder Statesman. Each Play Has Been Taken Separately And Its Salient Features And The Role Of Chorus In It Have Been Methodically Studied. Written In Lucid Language And With A Straightforward Approach, The Book Is Expected To Be Of Special Value To Students And Researchers Of English Literature And To Particularly Those Interested In T.S. Eliot.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Sweeney Agonistes and Other Fragments
Murder in the Cathedral
The Family Reunion
The Cocktail Party
The Elder Statesman
action actor Aeschylus Agatha Aristophanic Atlantic Publishers audience Becket Carol H Cathedral Celia choral odes choric function Christian Church Cocktail Party comedy Complete Poems convention D.E. Jones death Delhi developed dialogue Dionysus dithyramb Doaba Doris double pattern Edward Elder Statesman Eliot's Dramatic Theory Elizabethan English Eumenides Euripides Faber and Faber Family Reunion feeling ghosts Gomez Greek chorus Greek tragedy Harry Harry's human Ibid Indian Reprint Julia Kegan Paul Lavinia London Lord Claverton lyrical martyrdom modern Monica Murder Oxford University Press Plays of T.S. plot Poems and Plays poetic drama poetic plays poets Publishers & Distributors Reilly rhythm ritual Rock role Routledge & Kegan Samson Agonistes Sarkar says scene sense significance Smith song Sophocles speech spiritual stage Subhas Sweeney Agonistes T.S. Eliot T.S. Eliot—The Dramatist T.S. Eliot's Dramatic Tempters theatre theme Theory and Practice Thomas Becket Tragic Drama verse voice W.B. Yeats Wishwood Women of Canterbury