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  • Paperback
  • Bookstore's Wholesale Price: $13
  • December 2000
  • ISBN: 978-0-393-97499-7
  • 5.1 × 8.4 in / 320 pages
  • Territory Rights: USA and Dependencies and the Philippines.


The Waste Land

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T. S. Eliot (Author), Michael North (Editor, University of California, Los Angeles)

 

    The Text of The Waste Land

    Contexts

    SOURCES

    1. Sir James G. Frazer, The King of the Wood
    2. The Influence of the Sexes on Vegetation
    3. The Killing of the Divine King
    4. [Adonis and Christ]
    5. James L. Weston, [The Grail Legend]
    6. [The Grail Quest]
    7. [The Tarot Pack]
    8. [The Fisher King]
    9. [The Perilous Chapel]
    10. [Conclusion]
    11. Aldous Huxley, [Madame Sosostris]
    12. Charles Baudelaire, To The Reader
    13. The Seven Old Men
    14. John Webster, [Cornelia’s Dirge from The White Devil]
    15. Ovid, [The Blinding of Tiresias]
    16. [The Story of Tereus and Philomela]
    17. Gene Buck and Herman Ruby, That Shakespearian Rag
    18. Gotama Buddha, The Fire-Sermon
    19. Edmund Spenser, Prothalamion
    20. Oliver Goldsmith, [Olivia’s Song from The Vicar of Wakefield]
    21. James Anthony Foude, [Elizabeth and Leicester]
    22. St. Augustine, From Confessions
    23. King James Bible, [The Road to Emmaus]
    24. Sir Ernest Shackleton, [The Extra Man]
    25. Herman Hesse, [The Downfall of Europe]
    26. From Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, The Three Great Disciplines
    27. From Pervigilium Veneris
    28. Thomas Kyd, From The Spanish Tragedie

    COMPOSITION AND PUBLICATION

    1. Letters
      1. T. S. Eliot to Henry Eliot (13 December 1921)
      2. T. S. Eliot to Scofied Thayer (20 January 1922)
      3. Ezra Pound to T. S. Eliot (24 January 1922)
      4. T. S. Eliot to Ezra Pound (24 January 1922)
      5. Ezra Pound to T. S. Eliot (27 January 1922)
      6. T. S. Eliot to Ezra Pound (12 March 1922)
      7. T. S. Eliot to Scofield Thayer (16 March 1922)
      8. T. S. Eliot to John Quinn (25 June 1922)
      9. T. S. Eliot to John Quinn (19 July 1922)
      10. T. S. Eliot to James S. Watson (15 August 1922)
      11. T. S. Eliot to John Quinn (21 August 1922)
      12. T. S. Eliot to James Watson (21 August 1922)
      13. T. S. Eliot to Ezra Pound (30 August 1922)
      14. T. S. Eliot to John Quinn (21 September 1922)
    2. Lyndall Gordon, [The Composition of The Waste Land]
    3. Helen Gardner, The Waste Land: Paris 1922
    4. Lawrence Rainey, The Price of Modernism: Publishing The Waste Land

    T. S. ELIOT ON THE WASTE LAND

    1. [The Disillusionment of a Generation]
    2. [A Piece of Rhythmical Grumbling]
    3. [On The Waste Land Notes]
    4. [Allusions to Dante]

    T. S. Eliot: ESSAYS AND LONDON LETTERS

    1. From Tradition and Individual Talent
    2. From Hamlet
    3. From The Metaphysical Poets
    4. Ulysses, Order, and Myth
    5. The True Church and the Nineteen Churches
    6. [The Rite of Spring and The Golden Bough]

    Criticism

    REVIEWS AND FIRST REACTIONS

    1. Virginia Woolf, [Eliot Chants The Waste Land]
    2. Times Literary Supplement, [Mr. Eliot’s Poem]
    3. Gilbert Seldes, T. S. Eliot
    4. Edmund Wilson, The Poetry of Drouth
    5. Elinor Wylie, Mr. Eliot’s Slug-Horn
    6. Conrad Aiken, An Anatomy of Melancholy
    7. Time, Shantih, Shantih, Shantih
    8. Times Literary Supplement, [A Zig-Zag of Allusion]
    9. Charles Powell, So Much Waste Paper
    10. Gorham Munson, The Esotericism of T. S. Eliot
    11. Malcolm Cowley, [The Dilemma of The Waste Land]
    12. Ralph Ellison, [The Waste Land and Jazz]

    THE NEW CRITICISM

    1. John Crowe Ransom, Waste Lands
    2. I.A. Richards, The Poetry of T. S. Eliot
    3. F. R. Leavis, [The Significance of the Modern Waste Land]
    4. Cleanth Brooks, The Waste Land: An Analysis
    5. Delmore Schwartz, T. S. Eliot as the International Hero

    RECONSIDERATIONS AND NEW READINGS

    1. Denis Donoghue, The Word within a Word
    2. Robert Langbaum, The Walking Dead
    3. Marianne Thorm”hlen, [The City in The Waste Land]
    4. A. D. Moody, A Cure for a Crisis of Civilization?
    5. Ronald Bush, Unknown Terror and Mystery
    6. Maud Ellman, A Sphinx without a Secret
    7. Tim Armstrong, Eliot’s Waste Paper