A deconstruction of T.S. Eliot: the fire and the rose

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Edwin Mellen Press, May 31, 1996 - Literary Criticism - 299 pages
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This study examines the deconstructive themes and methods which inform T. S. Eliot's prose and poetry, and demonstrates that, long before Jacques Derrida intervened in the area of literary analysis, Eliot had already developed the principles now enshrined as deconstruction.

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Contents

an introduction
1
The Word Without a Word
59
The Word Within a Word
94
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