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|The Art 7 The Poetry 9 Personality of Love 13 Personality of the World 39 |
Personality of Christianity 78 Personality of Life 97 Personality of Family 118
Personality of Red Poetry 131 Concluding Statements 155 Dedications 157
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|A similar critical utterance of Eliot is his theory of impersonality in art, which has |
been much misunderstood, and therefore ... of an artist is a continual self-
sacrifice, a continual extinction of personality, [or] ...that the poet has not a "
personality" to ...
|... 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 ...
|We think of the artist as a self-contained personality, sole author of everything he |
does: of the emotions he expresses as ... 'self-expression', persuading ourselves
that what makes a poem great is the fact that it 'expresses a great personality', ...
|Hence the basis of all poetry is human personality, and, since human personality |
finds its completion in morality, the basis of all poetry is the moral consciousness.
Of course this does not mean that the artist must be a profound thinker or an ...
|45 Lindsay attempted just such a reconciliation, reimagining poetry as a popular |
art through presence as he worked to ... 7 Believing that “The progress of an artist
is a continual self-sacrifice, a continual extinction of personality," Eliot insists on ...
|'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
|stractions like "Sleep, Hope, Dream, endless Desire" (CP, 60), poems full of |
unrealities like "thought-woven sails" above a sea made not of salt water but of ...
The other leads to an art of "force," "personality," "the tumult of the blood" (£1, 267
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