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This book makes an attempt at evaluating Eliot's 'prose reflections', keeping his handling of the problem of belief7 in his work as the focus of attention, with a view to arriving at a proper understanding of the core concepts in his poetics. Once we are able to do that, we would like to reconstruct his poetics. It spreads over seven chapters in all including an Introduction and a conclusion. Introduction; Chapter-1: The Problem of Belief ; Chapter-2: After Strange Gods: Perfidy and Profanity; Chapter-3: From the Structure of Religion to Poetics: The Quality of the 'Dark Embryo'; Chapter-4:…mehr

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This book makes an attempt at evaluating Eliot's 'prose reflections', keeping his handling of the problem of belief7 in his work as the focus of attention, with a view to arriving at a proper understanding of the core concepts in his poetics. Once we are able to do that, we would like to reconstruct his poetics. It spreads over seven chapters in all including an Introduction and a conclusion. Introduction; Chapter-1: The Problem of Belief ; Chapter-2: After Strange Gods: Perfidy and Profanity; Chapter-3: From the Structure of Religion to Poetics: The Quality of the 'Dark Embryo'; Chapter-4: Religious and Pure Literatures; Chapter-5: The Heretical Writers: Thomas Hardy and D H Lawrence; Chapter-6: G M Hopkins and James Joyce: The Upholders of Faith; Chapter-7: Notes towards Eliot's New Poetics; and Conclusion.
Autorenporträt
Khan, Javed Hussain
Dr J H Khan. MA, MAAL, MEd (Eng.), PhD. 40 years of Collegiate and University Teaching. Currently, Professor Emeritus, CTU, Ahmedabad. Produced 74 MPhil and 19 PhD scholars in English and Applied Linguistics. Publications include 12 pieces of translation. RP, Orientation and Refresher Courses, UGC HRD Centres, SPU, GU, SU and Aligarh.