Unlimited Four Quartets - by T. S. Eliot, Four Quartets, T. S. Eliot, Four Quartets The last major verse written by Nobel laureate T S Eliot considered by Eliot himself to be his finest work Four Quartets is a rich composition that expands the spiritual vision introduced in The Waste Land Here in four linked poems Burnt Norton East Coker The Dry Salvages and Little Gidding spiritual philosophical and personal themes emerge through symbolic allusions, Unlimited Four Quartets - by T. S. Eliot - Four Quartets, Four Quartets The last major verse written by Nobel laureate T S Eliot considered by Eliot himself to be his finest work Four Quartets is a rich composition that expands the spiritual vision introduced in T

  • Publisher‏:‎ Mariner Books; First edition (March 10, 2014)
  • Publication date‏:‎ March 10, 2014
  • Language‏:‎ English
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Four Quartets

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  1. There s always a reason why certain works, specific authors, remain with us this small book of poems by T.S Eliot is a fine example Just FYI He won the Nobel Prize for Literature I don t claim to understand every nuance of each line but I enjoy the quartets and will read them over again, picking out my favorite lines to inspire my days.



  2. TS Eliot s Four Quartets lay claim to be some of the greatest works of poetry ever written If you enjoy this poet, you will probably also enjoy the poems of Rainer Maria Rilke, who with TS Eliot and Pablo Neruda are arguably the three greatest poets of the last century Part of the greatness of these poems is that Eliot is mature, inspired, without an eye to literary theorists, or fads and fashions, and not seeking to show how clever or well educated he is The most musical of his poems, with a le [...]


  3. Somehow, in our recent move to the retirement community, my hardback copy of Eliot s collected poems purchased nearly 50 years ago went missing not exactly lost but not yet found either So I finally broke down and ordered this paperback copy till my old friend shows up.Yes, you can read it on the web But I like to hold it in my hands As I ponder And am swept away yet again by its magnificence Certain phrases are now simply part of me And so often I find that Eliot has dealt with topics and issue [...]


  4. There are moments of insight that truly move me, but I find the majority of the verse to be strained in the quest for the constant novelty of similarly and contrast in a single thought.


  5. These late poems of Eliot, modeled on Beethoven s late quartets, are among the masterpieces of world literature Concerned with time, memory, the process of the soul through the dark night, they transcend place and time though insist that we cannot speak from anything else but a place and a time They are among the most quoted lines in poetry and should one ever memorize them, or portions of them, one would find a redemption from time as one s traveling companion For God s sake read the poems alou [...]


  6. I was first introduced to TS Eliot in a Brit Lit course in College where we read the Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock I didn t like that poem much, but I did love Rhapsody on A Windy Night I found this collection to be much interesting in their discussion on time and death Beautiful poems in a legible print.


  7. T.S.E invites us into a vision of reality that comes into focus only by repeated readings The concluding all will be well will be well, when we transcend our earthly images Do pursue the still point


  8. I have read and re read this short poetry quartet several times over T.S Eliot is not the easiest poet to grasp, and having learned a bit about him and his extreme devotion to Christianity going so far as to envision a society that was healed through strict religious guidance with poets that lead the people with beautiful words of Godly wisdom , I was a little uncertain about returning to his work Having thoroughly adored The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock as a teenager, however that line about [...]


  9. Read it re read it say it out loud.A framework I have lived with for many years and still love.Too many echoes.