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abreaction abstract achievement aesthetic already seen Aristotle artist aspects attempt audience beauty become belief Calcutta University Celtic twilight character of poetry characterised cognitive communication complex conception consciousness craft detached disinterested distinction distinguished Eastman's The Literary elements Eliot's Selected Essays emotions emphasises ence evoke existence explain expression fact function of poetry heightened Hence human I. A. Richards imagination imitation individual instincts interpretation intuition Irish isolated Joad katharsis knowledge language lyric Max Eastman meaning merely mimesis modern monadic character mystery nature of poetry necessary never object organisation perception Plato pleasure poet poet's poetic activity poetic experience possible pure play purpose realisation reality recognised reference relations responses result revolt Richards rience sake seeks sense significance Stephen Spender suggested symbolic symbolist T. S. Eliot theory of poetry things Thomas Keats thought tion tragedy transcend truth unique unity universe utilitarian WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS words Yeats