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A critical difference : T.S. Eliot and John Middleton Murry in English literary criticism, 1919-1928 / David Goldie.

By: Goldie, David.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Oxford English monographs. Publisher: Oxford : New York : Clarendon Press ; Oxford University Press, 1998Description: x, 214 str. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0198123795.Subject(s): Eliot, T. S. -- Knowledge -- Literature | Murry, John Middleton -- Knowledge -- Literature | English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism | Criticism -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century | engleska književnost | kritika
Contents:
Introduction -- Part I. Reconstruction: Murry, Eliot, and the Athenaeum, 1919-21 -- Reconstruction and `Improperganda' ; Literature and the War ; The Athenaeum: `Inward Acts and Ancestral Attitudes' ; Tradition and the Dissociated Sensibility ; The Perfect Critic -- Part II. The Criterion versus the Adelphi, 1922-1925 -- Remy de Gourmont and the Problem of Style ; After the Athenaeum ; The Criterion and the Adelphi ; Romanticism and Classicism ; Murry's Romantic Historiography ; Hulme and Classicism ; Murry and a Romantic Tradition ; Keats and Shakespeare -- Part III. Orthodoxy and Modernism: The Claims of Religion, 1926-28 -- Murry, Moral Relativism, and Modernism ; `Life', Liberalism, and Organized Christianity ; The Life of Jesus ; The Classical Revival ; Reason and Romanticism ; Towards a Synthesis ; Some Problems of Orthodoxy -- Conclusion: Imperfect Orthodoxy
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Introduction -- Part I. Reconstruction: Murry, Eliot, and the Athenaeum, 1919-21 -- Reconstruction and `Improperganda' ; Literature and the War ; The Athenaeum: `Inward Acts and Ancestral Attitudes' ; Tradition and the Dissociated Sensibility ; The Perfect Critic -- Part II. The Criterion versus the Adelphi, 1922-1925 -- Remy de Gourmont and the Problem of Style ; After the Athenaeum ; The Criterion and the Adelphi ; Romanticism and Classicism ; Murry's Romantic Historiography ; Hulme and Classicism ; Murry and a Romantic Tradition ; Keats and Shakespeare -- Part III. Orthodoxy and Modernism: The Claims of Religion, 1926-28 -- Murry, Moral Relativism, and Modernism ; `Life', Liberalism, and Organized Christianity ; The Life of Jesus ; The Classical Revival ; Reason and Romanticism ; Towards a Synthesis ; Some Problems of Orthodoxy -- Conclusion: Imperfect Orthodoxy

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