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T. S. Eliot, Collected Poems 1909-1962

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par Helen Goethals

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Comme tous les Clefs-concours, l’ouvrage est structuré en trois parties :

  • -  Repères : le contexte historique et artistique;

  • -  Problématiques : comprendre les enjeux du programme;

  • -  Outils : pour retrouver rapidement une définition, une idée ou une référence.

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Référence
460919
ISBN
9782350309194
Hauteur :
17,8 cm
Largeur :
12 cm
Nombre de pages :
144
Reliure :
broché


INTRODUCTION: THE ART OF READING
THE NEW READING PUBLIC
ART AS EXPERIENCE
CLOSE READING
WHY READ?
CONTEXTS
PORTRAIT OF A POET
1888-1910
1911-1914
1914-1918
1919-1925
1926-1932
A SKETCH OF AN AGE
THE BOSTONIAN POEMS: FRAMING THE MOMENT
“GERONTION”, THE WASTE LAND, “THE HOLLOW MEN”: THREE POEMS IN A MAJOR KEY
ASH WEDNESDAY AND THE ARIEL POEMS: A RETURN TO RITUAL
TOWARDS A THEORY OF...
ANALYSIS
CLOSE READING OF “THE ‘BOSTON EVENING TRANSCRIPT’”
INTRODUCTION
THE DRAMATIZATION OF A MOMENT
A SATIRE ON A CERTAIN TYPE OF READER
A DEMONSTRATION OF WHAT POETRY CAN DO BETTER THAN PROSE

SYNTHESES AND PERSPECTIVES
ALLUSION
INCORPORATION
RECOGNITION
PROVENANCE
INTENTIONALITY
A REFLECTION ON RHYME
SEVEN TYPES OF RHYME
Alliteration
Repetition
True rhyme
Half-rhymes
Internal rhyme
Eye-rhyme
Ghost rhyme
RHYME AND REASON
AFTER ELIOT


WEBLIOGRAPHY
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES
GLOSSARY

Helen Goethals est professeur honoraire à l’université Toulouse-Jean Jaurès et membre fondateur du Laboratoire Ouvert de l’Œuvre Poétique (LOOP). Elle a publié The Unassuming Sky: The Life and Poetry of Timothy Corsellis (2012), In Various Light: Tributes to Derek Walcott, 1930-2017 (avec Eric Doumerc, 2022), ainsi que de nombreux articles sur les relations entre poésie et politique.

“Collected Poems 1909-1962,” writes critic Hugh Haughton, “embodies one of the most complete and cunningly contrived oeuvres in the twentieth century.” [HAMILTON, 1994, p. 149]. To put it more bluntly,
this collection is less complete and more contrived than it might at first seem. The term ‘collected’ indicates the poet’s own selection from his work, all that he wishes to preserve for posterity, a decision that can vary according to what the poet is still writing and what, retrospectively, he or she is best pleased with at the time of selection. In the case of modern poets such as Robert Graves or W.H. Auden, for example, such variables can result in a whole series of different Collected Poems, and a nightmare for bibliographers. Fortunately, this is not the case with Eliot, whose collections proceeded, from 1925 through 1936 to the final and present collection of 1963, in orderly fashion and by apparently simple accretion.