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New bearings in English poetry
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Leavis, taking New Bearings inclaims that Eliot is the real deal, man. This, with explication, is almost entirely the book: the three poets he has chapters on are Eliot himself, Pound as an Eliot-extension, and Hopkins as a guy who could have fixed things if we had listened to him in when he died, not when he was published (that is, as an alternate-universe Eliot)/5(23).
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. It starts from certain general considerations about poetry and, in particular, the relation of poetry to the modern world.
How little I suppose these considerations to be original the book will make plain: it is largely an acknowledgment, vicarious as well as personal, of indebtedness to a certain critic and poet. 图书New Bearings in English Poetry 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. Leavis despised the reigning dilettantism in both poetry and criticism, and in this book he threw down the gauntlet to the establishment as he understood it.
In the same year he founded the journal Scrutiny, and began his long career as the most formidably serious Author: Frank Raymond Leavis.