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The New Poetic
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Foreword to the Revised Edition; 1. Introduction; 2. W. B. Yeats, 1895-1916 An illustration of the problems; 3. 1909-1916: Poets and their Public Sonority... like a goose; 4. 1909-1916: 'Poetry' versus 'Life' Imperialists; Georgians; War poets. 5. The Social Function of Poetry Pound and the Imagists; Eliot; 6. Eliot's 'Dark Embyro' The merger of morals and aesthetics; 7. The Poetry of T. S. Eliot Affirmation and the Image; 8. Conclusion; Index; Acknowledgements.

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C. K. STEAD (1932-) was Professor of English at the University of Auckland, New Zealand and is now a renowned poet and novelist.

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"'A short but brilliant history. Essential to anyone interested in the development of modern poetry.' The Guardian 'The Waste Land in Stead's reading is the vindication of a poetry of image, texture and suggestiveness; of inspiration; of poetry which writes itself. It represents a defeat of the will, an emergence of the ungainsayable and symbolically radiant out of the subconscious deeps. Rational structure has been overtaken or gone through like the sound barrier. The poem does not disdain intellect, yet poetry, having to do with feelings and emotions, must not submit to the intellect's eagerness to foreclose. It must wait for a music to occur, an image to discover itself. Stead thus rehabilitated Eliot as a Romantic poet, every bit as faithful to the process of dream and susceptible to gifts of the unconscious as Coleridge was before he received the person from Porlock. And so the figure of Old Possum, netted for years in skeins of finely-drawn commentary upon his sources, his ideas, his criticism of the modern world and so on, this figure was helped to rise again like Gulliver in Lilliput, no longer a hazy contour of philosophy and literary allusion, but a living principle, a far more natural force than had been recognized until then.' - Seamus Heaney, The Government of the Tongue (1986)"

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