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|Last stop on the train to my heart you have reached the core of red poetry the |
center of my soul. I have given you personalities now I surrender the person
responsible for being a heavenly vessel. I give you what has climaxed and
peaked and ...
|... of the world's literature and understanding the individual writer's relation to that |
order permeates nearly everything Eliot wrote. He believed that "no poet, no artist
of any art, has his complete meaning alone. ... but an escape from emotion; it is
not the expression of personality, but an escape from personality" (Shapiro, 71).
|... in the presence of nature may be – we must render the image of what we see, |
forgetting everything that existed before us. Which, I believe, must permit the artist
to give his entire personality, whether great or small.21 The new realism must ...
|Pater's graceful essays discuss the achievements of Botticelli, Leonardo, Michelangelo, and other artists. The book concludes with an uncompromising advocacy of hedonism, urging readers to experience life as fully as possible.|
|I use the word personality — not the word character — to describe the change in |
Lowell's poetry, because it was the key word Eliot used in After Strange Gods, the
book that provoked Lowell in mid-career to reflect on the relation between art and
evil. ... Lawrence were writers who imposed their own powerful personality on
everything they wrote, as if personal expression were in itself a guarantee of truth
|The result is a complicated skepticism, a skepticism not simply of the possibilities |
for self-expression and personality in language — which we think of, ...
Everything but poetry according to the Pound-Eliot- Richards-Reed school of art.
|When you compare the poet's personality, as it emerges through the verbal fabric |
of his works, with the living Esenin, the ... of his poetry lies A love for everything "
which wraps the soul in flesh" touches and subordinates all in Esenin's poems; ...
|Because of reverence and self-despite A canon as by insight-innocence, By art-|
religion and law-mystery Now understood, unlock'd with heart-key to it: Not liable
to love-death nor disown'd Of any seas of song horizon-broad Which bear within
|All great art is only a clear and precise manifestation of personality. ... Everything |
made by men is a derivation of personality, including airplanes, guns, buildings,
music, make-up, and murder. ... Only the poet can create what becomes human.
|'The nightingale sings with its breast against a thorn, it's out ofpain that |
personality is born'. ... Yeats tells the story to show that 'in every picture, in every
poem, there must be somewhere an exact portraiture—otherwise there is no work