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The Waste Land The Waste Land PDF/EPUB Ê The Waste PDF \ waste kindle, land mobile, The Waste ebok, The Waste LandThe Waste Land PDFThe text of Eliot'smasterpiece is accompanied by thorough explanatory annotations as well as by Eliot's own knotty notes, some of which require annotation themselvesFor ease of reading, this Norton Critical Edition presents The Waste Land as it first appeared in the American edition Boni amp; Liveright, with Eliot's notes at the end Contexts provides readers with invaluable materials on The Waste Land's sources, composition, and publication history Criticism traces the poem's reception with twentyfive reviews and essays, from first reactions through the end of the twentieth century Included are reviews published The Waste PDF \ in the Times Literary Supplement, along with selections by Virginia Woolf, Gilbert Seldes, Edmund Wilson, Elinor Wylie, Conrad Aiken, Charles Powell, Gorham Munson, Malcolm Cowley, Ralph Ellison, John Crowe Ransom, I A Richards, F R Leavis, Cleanth Brooks, Del Schwartz, Denis Donoghue, Robert Langbaum, Marianne Thormählen, A D Moody, Ronald Bush, Maud Ellman, and Tim Armstrong A Chronology and Selected Bibliography are included.

  • Paperback
  • 320
  • The Waste Land
  • T.S. Eliot
  • English
  • 13 October 2019
  • 9780393974997

About the Author: T.S. Eliot

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10 thoughts on “The Waste Land

  1. Madeline Madeline says:

    The Waste Land PDF/EPUB Ê The Waste PDF \ waste kindle, land mobile, The Waste ebok, The Waste LandThe Waste Land PDFI'm trying to write a term paper on this poem (key word is trying) and then I realized, hey, I should waste some time by writing a review of the poem on Goodreads! So here we are.

    Here's my thing about T.S. Eliot: the man is ungodly brilliant and I love almost everything he's written. Does this mean I understand a single goddamn word of it? Of course not. But (and this is the great part) that doesn't matter. Eliot has been quoted as saying he's perfectly aware that no one has any idea what his poems are about, and he's perfectly cool with that. Understanding Eliot's poems is not the point; the point

  2. Manny Manny says:

    The Waste Land PDF/EPUB Ê The Waste PDF \ waste kindle, land mobile, The Waste ebok, The Waste LandThe Waste Land PDFYou know, one of the greatest poems of the 20th century and that kind of thing. I must know a fair amount of it by heart.

    Here's a story about The Waste Land that some people may find amusing. Many years ago, when I was an undergraduate in Cambridge, a friend of mine asked me for advice on how to impress female Eng Lit majors. Well, I said, you could do worse than use The Waste Land. Just memorise a few lines, and you'l

  3. Bill Kerwin Bill Kerwin says:

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    I would not presume to offer anything approaching a definitive judgment of this unique and influential poem, a poem which present

  4. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Waste Land PDF/EPUB Ê The Waste PDF \ waste kindle, land mobile, The Waste ebok, The Waste LandThe Waste Land PDFThe Waste Land, T.S. Eliot

    The Waste Land is a long poem by T. S. Eliot, widely regarded as one of the most important poems of the 20th century and a central work of modernist poetry. Published in 1922, the 434-line poem first appeared in the United Kingdom in the October issue of Eliot's The Criterion and in the United States in the November issue of The Dial. It was p

  5. Gaurav Gaurav says:

    The Waste Land PDF/EPUB Ê The Waste PDF \ waste kindle, land mobile, The Waste ebok, The Waste LandThe Waste Land PDF April is the cruellest month, breeding
    Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing
    Memory and desire, stirring
    Dull roots with spring rain.

    The above mentioned lines mark one of the most profound onsets in the history of modernist literature; a

  6. Alok Mishra Alok Mishra says:

    The Waste Land PDF/EPUB Ê The Waste PDF \ waste kindle, land mobile, The Waste ebok, The Waste LandThe Waste Land PDFSome people are born to become the trendsetters and I will say that T. S. Eliot has opened the new gates to poetry after the publication of his masterpiece The Waste Land. Poetry was supposed to be about lyrics and music only. He created a different kind of disturbing music but that rang to the ears the alarming sound of perversion in humanity... The Waste Land will be remembered for its uniqueness and incompleteness and even then, for creating a new trend...

  7. Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ says:

    The Waste Land PDF/EPUB Ê The Waste PDF \ waste kindle, land mobile, The Waste ebok, The Waste LandThe Waste Land PDFI read a lot of poems as an English major back in the day.* Not many have stuck with me over the years, but The Waste Land is one of them: T.S. Eliot's lamentation of the spiritual drought in our day, the waste land of our Western society, lightened by a few fleeting glimpses of hope. It's fragment

  8. Lisa Lisa says:

    The Waste Land PDF/EPUB Ê The Waste PDF \ waste kindle, land mobile, The Waste ebok, The Waste LandThe Waste Land PDFI quite often cite the famous line April is the cruellest month completely out of context. And I happily refer to The Waste Land and Eliot's Nobel Prize when I do.

    However, I can't say I ever understood the long trail of lines that it contains, even though I read it several times.

    And most bizarre of all, I don't even agree with my favourite quote from it. FEBRUARY is the cruellest month: dark and cold and wet, and no end in sight!

    Somehow, I don't think I missed the point of the poem though, by misquoting, by disagreeing with the statement, and by not getting it at all. I think The Waste Land means just that: human confusion on all levels expressed in poetic language.

    February is the stupidest month too, so I might be wrong.

  9. Sean Barrs Sean Barrs says:

    The Waste Land PDF/EPUB Ê The Waste PDF \ waste kindle, land mobile, The Waste ebok, The Waste LandThe Waste Land PDFThis is the hardest poem I’ve ever read. Certainly, the difficulty experienced when reading something is not enough reason to leave a bad review. I’m currently reading Ulysses, a notoriously difficult book, but I am enjoying it nonetheless. This, however, is an entirely different creature.

    Despite being an English student I do find poetry difficult. It may be be

  10. Hannah Eiseman-Renyard Hannah Eiseman-Renyard says:

    The Waste Land PDF/EPUB Ê The Waste PDF \ waste kindle, land mobile, The Waste ebok, The Waste LandThe Waste Land PDF This Pisses Me Off and Makes Me Feel Like a Moron

    I've had to read this twice in the course of my education, and I don't like it one bit, though I thoroughly appreciate its status and importance. Sort of like my attitude to atomic weapons. You wouldn't dismiss atomic weapons as 'crap', but you could legitimately say 'I appreciate their significance but I don't like them at all.'

    I don't think there has ever been more literary masturbation about any other piece of writing than The Wasteland, and I personally found it charmless, aloof and with nothing to engage my wish to push through that first impression.

    Yes, it's all the pieces of the 'shattered' classical world, thrown together in a different and hideous mixture to reflect the m

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