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This volume brings together the full contents of Prufrock and Other Observations (1917), Poems (1920), and The Waste Land (1922), and also includes a variety of background and contextual materials. This convenient stand-alone volume features the introductory material, annotations, and supplementary material from the multi-volume Broadview Anthology of British Literature, acclaimed as "the new standard" for anthologies in the field.
Appendices include a wide range of literary and cultural documents pertaining to modernism: writings by Ezra Pound, H.D., and Mina Loy; reviews of The Waste Land; art by Wyndham Lewis; and excerpts from essays by Virginia Woolf, I.A. Richards, and several others.
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"[This edition provides] a truly impressive density of contextualizing materials that will help open Eliot's first three books of poetry to twenty-first century conversations. The annotations to The Waste Land in particular are thorough without being obtrusive, and the new materials on anti-Semitism and gender are spot on." - Michael Coyle, Colgate University (author of Ezra Pound, Popular Genres, and the Discourse of Culture)
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Table of Contents: [Back to Top]
T.S. Eliot, 1888–1965
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
Burbank with a Baedeker: Bleistein with a Cigar
The Waste Land
Journey of the Magi
Tradition and the Individual Talent
The Metaphysical Poets
In Context: Eliot and Modernism
Appendix A: From Jules Huret, “Interview with Stephane Mallarmé”
Appendix B: Pablo Picasso, Les Demoiselles d’Avignon
Appendix C: Imagist and Futurist Poetry: A Sampling
- T.E. Hulme: "Autumn"
- Ezra Pound: "In a Station of the Metro," "L'Art, 1910"
- H.D.: "Oread," "The Pool"
- Mina Loy: from "Three Moments in Paris," from "Love Songs"
Appendix D: Imagism and Vorticism
- From F.S. Flint, "Imagisme"
- From Ezra Pound, "A Few Don'ts by an Imagiste"
- From Ezra Pound, "Vorticism"
- From Virginia Woolf, "Character in Fiction"
Appendix E: Reactions to the Poems of T.S. Eliot
- From Arthur Waugh, "The New Poetry"
- From Ezra Pound, "Drunken Helots and Mr. Eliot"
- From an unsigned review, Literary World
- From an unsigned review, New Statesman
- From Conrad Aiken, "Diverse Realists"
- From May Sinclair, "Prufrock and Other Observations: A Criticism"
- From a review of the first issue of The Criterion, New York Times Literary Supplement
- From Gilbert Seldes, review
- From I.A. Richards, Principles of Literary Criticism
- From Douglas LePan, "Personality of the Poet: Some Recollections of T.S. Eliot"
Appendix F: T.S. Eliot and Anti-Semitism
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The Waste Land and Other Poems
2010 • 148pp • Paperback • 9781551119687 / 1551119684