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T.S. Eliot, II. A GAME OF CHESS

From II. A Game of Chess

  “My nerves are bad tonight. Yes, bad. Stay with me.

“Speak to me. Why do you never speak. Speak.

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'The Great Gatsby' - Eliot's 'The Waste Land' and The Valley of Ashes

As part of the study of The Great Gatsby, it is important to address the intertextual influences that shaped Fitzgerald’s setting, with reference to The Valley of Ashes and their geographical echoes of T. 1,136 more words

'The Great Gatsby'

Writer's Quote Wednesday: T.S. Eliot

 

Genuine poetry can communicate before it is understood.”   (T. S. Eliot)

T.S. Eliot (26 September 1888 – 4 January 1965) is remembered as one of the 20th centuries major poets.  138 more words

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World Building: Songs about Books and Authors

It’s probably because of my earlier posting about what music I like to listen to when I’m writing, but I’ve found myself thinking about all the times books and writing are referenced in music. 422 more words

World Building

[lil thought] T.S. Eliot and why i like hyperlinks

I’ve realized through this blog that I very much enjoy adding unnecessary hyperlinks in all my posts. Why does this bring me so much glee? If I had to read into it (which, I mean, is all I do on this blog), I think it’s because I really like the idea of this vast connective tissue, this kind of massive network of information where everything is linked, and anyone can get to any endpoint from any starting point by taking surprising routes. 322 more words

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The Waste Land - T S Eliot

  FOR EZRA POUND
IL MIGLIOR FABBRO

              I. The Burial of the Dead

  April is the cruellest month, breeding

Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing… 3,040 more words

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Modernism: T.S.Eliot & Virginia Woolf.

The visit to the art gallery of NSW last week was a perfect introduction to what we entered into today. It makes so much more sense talking about Virginia Woolf’s… 866 more words

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