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First published in 1920, this is T.S. Eliot's first collection of literary criticism. It contains some of his most influential early essays and ...Show synopsisFirst published in 1920, this is T.S. Eliot's first collection of literary criticism. It contains some of his most influential early essays and reviews, including "Tradition and the Individual Talent", "Hamlet and His Problems", and Eliot's thoughts on Marlowe, Jonson, Massinger and Dante.Hide synopsis
Description:Very Good. B000NKHW0I Wonderful 1960 edition. It has some...Very Good. B000NKHW0I Wonderful 1960 edition. It has some underlining in textblock and surface/edge scuffing to cover. Very nice!
Description:Good. No dust jacket as issued. cover has worn corners,...Good. No dust jacket as issued. cover has worn corners, considerable soiling, stain on front cover; text and binding fine. 171p., 21 cm. Originally published 1920.
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Some of the essays are dated, important for the early 20th century, but addressing works of some authors seldom read today, such as Murray?s translation of Euripides; minor critics Charles Whibley, George Wyndham, and Paul More; and the dramatist Massinger. Even so, there are important ideas to extract ...
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