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Religion and myth in T.S. Eliot's poetry / edited by Scott Freer and Michael Bell.

Publication:
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016.
Format/Description:
Book
xix, 187 pages ; 22 cm
Subjects:
Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965. Poems.
Religion in literature.
Poems (Eliot, T. S.).
Contents:
"Anglo-Catholic in religion": aspects of Anglo-Catholicism in Eliot's poetry / Barry Spurr
'Somehow integrated': "doctrine" and "poetry" in T.S. Eliot / Tony Sharpe
"Felt significance" / Andy Mousley
An analytic note on myth in modernism: the case of T.S. Eliot / Michael Bell
"Man enough for damnation": ennui and acedia in T.S. Eliot's poetry / Scott Freer
Tradition and individual experience: T.S. Eliot's encounter with modernist theology / Joanna Rzepa
"In conformity with nature": T.S. Eliot's religious agrarianism / Jeremy Diaper
Maternal allegory: death and the mother, faith and revelation in "Ash-Wednesday" / Matthew Geary
"Dust in a shaft of sunlight": T.S. Eliot's poetry and religious conversion in a secular age / Lynda Kong.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Freer, Scott, 1967- editor.
Bell, Michael, 1941- editor.
ISBN:
1443894567
9781443894562
OCLC:
956623539
Publisher Number:
99968393315
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