1 Social Perception and Human
2. Allusive Methods and
3. Southern Social History.
4. Textuality and Social
5. The 1950s Consciousness
in American Fiction.
6. Realism, Objectivism,
7. Social Urges and Spiritual
8. New Social Approach
in the 1950s American Poetry.
9. Confessionalism and
Society in America.
10. Beat Poetry.
11. New Social American Drama.
12. After the Beat Poetry: Some Social Concerns.
|2. Allusive Methods and Dramatic
Realism: T.S. Eliot..
- Text: “The Burial of the Dead” from The Waste
Subjects of discussion to be presented in class:
Eliot’s View of the World.
Experimentation in T.S. Eliot’s poetry.
- Bedient, Calvin. He Do the Police in Different
Voices: The Waste Land and Its Protagonists.
Chicago: The U of Chicago P, 1986.
- Box, C.B. and Arnold P. Hinchlife. T.S. Eliot:
The Waste Land. London: Macmillan, 1968.
- Kenner, Hugh. The Invisible Poet: T.S. Eliot.
London: Methuen, 1965.
- McLuhan, Marshall. “Eliot
and the Manichean Myth as Poetry.”
64.1 (Fall 2011): 125-134.
- Plimpton, George. “T.S. Eliot.”Writers at Work. The Paris Review Interviews. Middlesex:
Penguin, 1977. 89-110.
- Williamson, George. A Reader’s Guide to
T.S. Eliot: A Poem-by-Poem Analysis.
London: Thames & Hudson, 1967.
Recommended T.S. Eliot web sites:
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