The savage and the city in the work of T.S. Eliot

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Clarendon Press, 1987 - Business & Economics - 251 pages
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Primitive and metropolitan life nourished T. S. Eliot's imagination and emerged as recurrent themes in his work. Examining these twin concerns, Robert Crawford sheds new light on the poet's achievement--particularly those works that culminated in The Waste Land and Sweeney Agonistes--and clarifies Eliot's relentless obsession with "savages" and sophisticates.

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The Beginning of the Wild West
5
City
35
Savage
61
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