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  • T.S. Eliot
  • Peter Ackroyd
  • English
  • 07 January 2018
  • 0140171126

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  1. Alok Mishra Alok Mishra says:

    T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBWonderful coverage of Eliot s life, thoughts and impressions that he observed and he permeated I admire the work by Peter Ackroyd in sketching a real life biography of Mr T S Eliot This work will certainly help all those who are doing their research around T S Eliot.


  2. Andrew Andrew says:

    T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBI hardly ever read poetry, but for some reason T.S Eliot s poetry speaks to me Perhaps it s because, like Eliot, I used to work at a bank in the City of London, and the feeling of his poems is the exact feeling I had as a Hollow Man looking at the masses of other Hollow Men crossing London Bridge to the Waste Land of the City I had not thought death had undone so many lines like that just express so much for me.So I was happy to be able to borrow this biography of T.S Eliot from my nei I hardly ever read poetry, but for some reason T.S Eliot s poetry speaks to me Perhaps it s because, like Eliot, I used to work at a bank in the City of London, and the feeling of his poems is the exact feeling I had as a Hollow Man looking at the masses of other Hollow Men crossing London Bri


  3. Illiterate Illiterate says:

    T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBIt was human love, the love that he had dismissed in his writings as the consolation only of ordinary men, that rescued him from a lifetime of misery Quite.


  4. Domhnall Domhnall says:

    T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBThis is a well written biography and tells Eliot s life story in a lively enough way, bearing in mind the challenge of making any sedentary poet seem interesting, and noting also that Ackroyd was prevented by the Eliot estate from accessing or quoting from important sources To compensate, he is not intimidated by his subject and quite cheerfully points out limitations in Eliot s work, while noting that Eliot himself would often agree Allegations that Eliot was anti Semitic or even fascist are This is a well written biography and tells Eliot s life story in a lively enough way, bearing in mind the challenge of making any sedentary poet seem interesting, and noting also that Ackroyd was prevented by the Eliot estate from accessing or quoting from


  5. Scott Pearson Scott Pearson says:

    T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBT.S Eliot was one of the great poets in the English language during the twentieth century He grew up in St Louis and after graduating from college, moved to England He loved his new country so much that he eventually became a subject of the English king He wrote noted poems and plays over his lifespan He also worked as a banker and as an editor for a publishing firm.The author of this biography Peter Ackroyd is an Englishman who is one of the great historians of our time Compared to his T.S Eliot was one of the great poets in the English language during the twentieth century He grew up in St Louis and after graduating from college, moved to England He loved his new country so much that he eventually became a subject of the English king He wrote noted poems and plays over his lifespan He also worked as a banker


  6. Caleb Parnin Caleb Parnin says:

    T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBA very researched and impressive summation of one of the great modernist poets That said, periods were quite hard to maintain interest.


  7. Michael Lineback Michael Lineback says:

    T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBBiographical details of TS Eliot s life are hard to come by Acktoyd s biography covers Eliot s life but is a bit dry and tedious.


  8. Cep Subhan KM Cep Subhan KM says:

    T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBA good biography I have read several TS Eliot s biographies and this one has one interesting style it tries to connect his life s moments to his poems.


  9. Larry Larry says:

    T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBAbout one third of the way into this difficult biography I was about to abandon it due to frustration, but I am very glad that I did not Let me say at the offset that my frustration arose from the constraints placed on the author Peter Ackroyd being forbidden to quote T S Eliot s published works which at times made a good deal of the book, especially the early years when his poetry wasdense, a challenge in that his literary criticism becomes so dense as to be unintelligibl


  10. Philip Lane Philip Lane says:

    T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBI was fascinated by this biography of T.S.Eliot as I knew very little about him but had enjoyed his poetry as a teenager I believe that Ackroyd writes in a very straight forward style and occasionally makes his own assumptions but these are clearly marked as his own views The problem with the book perhaps is not that of the author but that of the subject It emerges in the book that there are a lot of unanswered questions and contradictions regarding Eliot s feelings, beliefs and emotions It I was fascinated by this biography of T


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T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBIn the twentieth century, no Anglo American poet or critic has matched the influence of Thomas Stearns Eliot Despite his political and religious conservatism, Eliot was among the most innovative of the literary modernists, a figure to be reckoned with by admirers and critics alike In his Whitbread Prize winning biography, Peter Ackroyd delves into the work and mind of a man who redefined the very terms of modern poetryFrom his early days in America to his later life as a British citizen, Eliot fought successfully for his work and his privacy But with careful research and splendid insight into the poet s character, Mr Ackroyd has tracked Eliot to ground and brought this remarkable figure to light in an authoritative and fascinating study The fullest and most plausible portrait yet achieved Frank Kermode, Oxford scholar and literary critic.


About the Author: Peter Ackroyd

T.S. Eliot Kindle Ð Capa comum t.s. free, eliot epub, T.S. EliotT.S. Eliot ePUBPeter Ackroyd CBE is an English novelist and biographer with a particular interest in the history and culture of London Peter Ackroyd s mother worked in the personnel department of an engineering firm, his father having left the family home when Ackroyd was a baby He was reading newspapers by the age of and, at , wrote a play about Guy Fawkes Reputedly, he first realized he was gay at the age of Ackroyd was educated at St Benedict s, Ealing and at Clare College, Cambridge, from which he graduated with a double first in English In , he was a Mellon Fellow at Yale University in the United States The result of this fellowship was Ackroyd s Notes for a New Culture, written when he was only and eventually published in The title, a playful echo of T S Eliot s Notes Towards the Definition of Culture , was an early indication of Ackroyd s penchant for creatively exploring and reexamining the works of other London based writersAckroyd s literary career began with poetry, including such works as London Lickpenny and The Diversions of Purley He later moved into fiction and has become an acclaimed author, winning the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for the biography Thomas More and being shortlisted for the Booker Prize in Ackroyd worked at The Spectator magazine between and and became joint managing editor in In he published The Great Fire of London, his first novel This novel deals with one of Ackroyd s great heroes, Charles Dickens, and is a reworking of Little Dorrit The novel set the stage for the long sequence of novels Ackroyd has produced since, all of which deal in some way with the complex interaction of time and space, and what Ackroyd calls the spirit of place It is also the first in a sequence of novels of London, through which he traces the changing, but curiously consistent nature of the city Often this theme is explored through the city s artists, and especially its writersAckroyd has always shown a great interest in the city of London, and one of his best known works, London The Biography, is an extensive and thorough discussion of London through the ages His fascination with London literary and artistic figures is also displayed in the sequence of biographies he has produced of Ezra Pound , T S Eliot , Charles Dickens , William Blake , Thomas More , Chaucer , William Shakespeare , and J M W Turner The city itself stands astride all these works, as it does in the fictionFrom to , Ackroyd wrote a six book non fiction series Voyages Through Time , intended for readers as young as eight This was his first work for children The critically acclaimed series is an extensive narrative of key periods in world historyEarly in his career, Ackroyd was nominated a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in and, as well as producing fiction, biography and other literary works, is also a regular radio and television broadcaster and book criticIn the New Year s honours list of , Ackroyd was awarded the CBE.