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|In rejecting Jews, and thereby setting its face against Antigone, and also The |
Tempest, and Ulysses, the poem rejects its ... Phillip Massinger: Immature poets
imitate; mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and good poets
make it ...
|MacCarthy's remark that Eliot does not 'steal phrases' recalls Eliot's own remarks |
in his 1920 essay on Philip Massinger: 'Immature poets imitate, mature poets
steal'. The context of Eliot's oft-quoted aphorism about quotation tends to be ...
|These remarks about plagiarism coupled with his initial claim—“I read to steal”—|
poignantly recall T. S. Eliot's essay “Philip Massinger”: “Immature poets imitate;
mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take and good poets make it into
|Schwartz is the most allusive of poets, and allusion—the “calling into play of |
another writer's words”8—is one of his means of ... At his best, Schwartz, in the
spirit of Eliot's well-known dictum that “immature poets imitate; mature poets steal;
|In order to become strong and mature, a younger poet must assimilate and then |
overpower his elder authority figures. Such theories ... Immature poets imitate;
mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and good poets make it ...
|American Avant-Garde Poetry and the Poetics of Counter-Method Ming-Qian Ma |
... He writes: One of the surest of tests is the way in which a poet borrows;
immature poets imitate, mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and
|His 1922 poem The Waste Land—which at the time of its publication, many critics |
believed to be a joke or hoax—also can be ... Eliot wrote in The Sacred Wood: "
Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and
|Madison Sowell argues that, for Dante and other medieval poets, it was thought |
appropriate to "steal* from earlier ... The terminology of 'theft' comes from T.S.
Eliot, quoted earlier by Sowell: 'Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal; bad ...
|Let's not confuse the two. *** “A good composer does not imitate; he steals“. 5 [|
Igor Stravinsky] “Immature artists imitate. Mature artists steal“. 6 [Lionel Trilling] “
Immature poets imitate. Mature poets steal“. 7 [TS Eliot] *** SO, I have a
|T.S. Eliot wrote that immature poets imitate; mature poets steal (often erroneously |
cited, but perhaps improved, as “bad poets imitate but good poets steal”). If this is
true, and if the goal is to be a mature poet, then I am proud to have stolen from ...
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