The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism

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Methuen & Company, Limited, 1950 - Criticism - 171 pages
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User Review  - Stacy Nyikos - Goodreads

Eliot is widely credited with creating the term, objective correlative, which he uses first in this piece to discuss some of the shortcomings of Shakespeare's Hamlet. He defines objective correlative ... Read full review

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User Review  - Blair - Goodreads

While I admit that some of the concepts Eliot touches upon are outdated, his views on the role of the artist and critic are very apt and hold up over time. If you have to, focus on "The Perfect Critic" and "Hamlet and His Problems" Read full review

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