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A Reader's Guide to T.S. Eliot - A Poem by Poem analysis by George Williamson

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Title: A Reader's Guide to T.S. Eliot - A Poem by Poem analysis

Author: George Williamson

Publisher: Thames and Hudson

Publication Date: 1965

Format: Hardback

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Reader's note

Professor Williamson provides a clear and most illuminating commentary pm Eliot’s poetry which is, at the same time, an introduction to modern poetry techniques. His book is refreshingly free from ‘cult-worship’, and he insists that it should be read in conjunction with (and not in lieu of) Eliot’s poetry. To facilitate ease of reference the poem-by-poem analysis are in chronological order. The author makes clear many apparent obscurities which have, in the past, been responsible for Eliot’s reputation as a difficult poet, and shows that although his verse may at times appear irrational and incoherent, he is always master of his art. This is a unique read and would be wonderful for anyone wanting a deeper understanding of T.S. Eliot's works.