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Selected Writings

Author : T. E. Hulme
ISBN : 0415969492
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First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Selected Writings

Author : Thomas Ernest Hulme
ISBN : UOM:39015043276909
Genre : Philosophy
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Between 1909 and his death in battle in 1917, T.E. Hulme published on a wide variety of artistic, cultural, philosophical and political issues. He wrote poems, and lectured on poetry and poetic theory; he wrote chronicles, reviews, letters, essays and translations. Hulme's importance within Modernism was recognized by figures such as Ezra Pound, and he has been described as the father of Imagism. This book presents a selection of Hulme's most important work, the collected poems, and an introduction re-examining Hulme's intellect in its historical context, apprasing too his legacy.

The Collected Writings Of T E Hulme

Author : Thomas Ernest Hulme
ISBN : UOM:39015032958723
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This is the first collected edition of the writings of the poet, critic, and philosopher T.E. Hulme (1883-1917). Hulme wrote some of the first "modernist" poems in English, helped introduce the philosophy of Henri Bergson to Britain and the U.S., and was one of the first English critics to write about modern art. This edition contains extensive notes to Hulme's writings, together with a substantial biographical and critical introduction.

T E Hulme And The Question Of Modernism

Author : Edward P. Comentale
ISBN : 0754640884
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Though T. E. Hulme was a poet, critic, philosopher, aesthetician, and political theorist who helped define several major aesthetic and political movements, he has until recently been neglected by scholars. Each of the contributors to this collection highlights a different aspect of Hulme's work; taken together the essays demonstrate a shared belief in Hulme's decisive importance to the emergence of modernism and to the many categories that still govern our thinking about it.

Modernism Between Benjamin And Goethe

Author : Matthew Charles
ISBN : 9781350013940
Genre : Philosophy
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Widely regarded as one of the foremost cultural critics of the last century, Walter Benjamin's relation to Modernism has largely been understood in the context of his reception of the aesthetic theories of Early German Romanticism and his associated interest in avant-garde Surrealism. But this Romantic understanding only gives half the picture. Running through Benjamin's thought is also a critique of Romanticism, developed in conjunction with a positive engagement with the philosophical, artistic and historical writings of J. W. von Goethe. In demonstrating the significance of these Goethean elements, this book challenges the dominant understanding of Benjamin's philosophy as essentially Romantic and instead proposes that Goethe's Classicism, conceived as the counterpoint to Romanticism, permits a corrective to the latter's deficiencies. Benjamin's Modernist concept of criticism, it is argued, is constituted in the movement between these polarities of Romanticism and Classicism. Conversely, placing Goethe's Classicism in relation to Benjamin's practice of literary criticism reveals historical tensions with Romanticism that constitute the untimely – indeed, it will be argued, cinematic – Modernism of his work. Adopting a transcritical approach, this book alternates between Benjamin and Goethe in relation to the experiences of colour, language and technology, assembling a constellation of philosophical and artistic figures between them, including the writings of Kant, Nietzsche, Cohen, Deleuze, Koselleck, Klages, and the work of Grünewald, Marées, Klee, Turner, Hulme, Eisenstein, Tretyakov, and Murnau.

T E Hulme And The Ideological Politics Of Early Modernism

Author : Henry Mead
ISBN : 9781472582010
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Drawing on a range of archival materials, this book explores the writing career of the poet, philosopher, art critic, and political commentator T.E. Hulme, a key figure in British modernism. T.E. Hulme and the Ideological Politics of Early Modernism reveals for the first time the full extent of Hulme's relationship with New Age, a leading radical journal before the Great War, focussing particularly on his exchange of ideas with its editor, A.R. Orage. Through a ground-breaking account of Hulme's reading in continental literature, and his combative exchanges amongst the bohemian networks of Edwardian London, Mead shows how 'the strange death of Liberal England' coincided with Hulme's emergence as what T.S. Eliot called 'the forerunner of... the twentieth century mind'. Tracing his debts to French Symbolism, evolutionary psychology, Neo-Royalism, and philosophical pragmatism, the book shows how Hulme combined anarchist and conservative impulses in his journey towards a 'religious attitude'. The result is a nuanced account of Hulme's ideological politics, complicating the received view of his work as proto-fascist.

T E Hulme

Author : Michael Roberts
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Further Speculations

Author : Thomas Ernest Hulme
ISBN : UCAL:B4741267
Genre : Art
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Speculations

Author : Thomas Ernest Hulme
ISBN : 0415225604
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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Jilted City

Author : Patrick McGuinness
ISBN : 9781847779212
Genre : Poetry
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The poems in Jilted City inhabit in-between-places, when a border is being crossed, a word is slipping into another language, when memory is translating loss. From Stations where the train doesn't stop' in Blue Guide', following a train journey through Belgium, toCity of Lost Walks', English versions of a dissident Romanian poet whose poetry fails to register except in the form of an omission', McGuinness explores transition and translation, the afterlife of absences. Wit and paradox are at the heart of a collection that finds unforeseen connections between place and displacement.

Collected Poems

Author : Hope Mirrlees
ISBN : UCSD:31822039599725
Genre : Poetry
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This book brings a brilliant modernist back into the poetic limelight.

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ISBN : MINN:31951T00254955M
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West Coast Line

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Laureates And Heretics

Author : Robert Thomas Archambeau
ISBN : UOM:39076002911274
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Robert Archambeau examines the influence of the poet and critic Yvor Winters on his final generation of graduate students at Stanford in the early 1960s: Robert Hass, Robert Pinsky, James McMichael, John Matthias, and John Peck. Archambeau divides the poets into two groups, laureates and heretics. Hass and Pinsky, each of whom served multiple terms as United Sates Poet Laureate, achieved both popular recognition and institutional renown. In contrast, the poetic accomplishments of Matthias, McMichael, and Peck (and to some extent Winters himself), the "heretics," have not resulted in wide readership or institutional canonization. Archambeau begins with the context of the modernist poetics Winters first espoused and then rejected. The story that follows--of how his five most prominent students accepted, rejected, or transformed Winters's poetics, and how these poets went on to greater or lesser degrees of success in the field of late twentieth-century letters--illuminates the cultural politics of poetry in our own day. The author provides close readings of poems by this diverse group of poets, places their careers and works in the context of their times, and traces the relationship between American literary history and American canons of literary taste from the 1930s to the present day.Laureates and Heretics is an important contribution to American literary history and American poetry. "I know of no other study of twentieth-century American poetry that so carefully and interestingly treats the works and careers of a single figure (Yvor Winters) and five of his students. The varying critical and public fates of Winters and the poets who worked under him make a fascinating study, even gesturing toward a global history of postwar American poetry." --Mark Scroggins, Florida Atlantic University "This book is about the complexities of the relation between Yvor Winters and five former students as those complexities emerge in the poems themselves. Within these terms, it is exemplary because, unlike most critics and reviewers, Archambeau is not out to polemically endorse any specific position Winters himself took; he is as interested in departures from Winters' orthodoxy as in adherence; he is an extraordinarily sensitive reader of a considerable range of poetry." --Evan Watkins, University of California, Davis

Selected Poems

Author : Charles Hubert Sisson
ISBN : 0811213277
Genre : Poetry
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C. H. Sisson's Selected Poems presents a half century's work by the writer deemed "England's finest living poet" by the London Times. Sisson's poems are characterized by a mastery of speech rhythms and imagery learned from Eliot, Pound, and T. E. Hulme. Serious and highly charged, they are steeped in literary tradition (Sisson is one of the great translators of Dante, Horace, Lucretius, and Virgil), and they draw on Sisson's remarkable knowledge of history and culture. Starting with poems written on a troopship and ending on home ground in Somerset, England, Selected Poems provides a comprehensive selection of Sisson's work, including "Tristan", a sequence written in the poet's eighty-first year.

The Verse Revolutionaries

Author : Helen Carr
ISBN : IND:30000110617986
Genre : Imagist poetry, American
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Selected Essays Of John Gould Fletcher

Author : John Gould Fletcher
ISBN : UOM:39015017713366
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Essays discuss poetry, Asian art, modern literature, painting, music, and philosophy

The Modern Schoolman

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ISBN : UOM:39015079782267
Genre : Neo-Scholasticism
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The Iowa Review

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ISBN : UCSD:31822041762691
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Tel Aviver Jahrbuch F?r Deutsche Geschichte

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