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- Christianity, Culture, and the Problem of Establishment. // Political Science Reviewer;2008, Vol. 37, p276
The article reviews the book "Christianity and Culture," by T. S. Eliot.
- T. S. Eliot and the Crisis of the Modern. Tuttleton, James W. // Modern Age;Summer/Fall1987, Vol. 31 Issue 3/4, p275
Discusses the sense of and crisis of the modern felt by writer T. S. Eliot. Religious and ethical aspect of the crisis of the modern to which Eliot felt obliged to respond; Subversion of the authority of sacred scripture and of the Christian Church by deterministic science in the generation...
- Trafficking in the Radiant: The Spiritualization of American Poetry. Sadoff, Ira // American Poetry Review;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p11
An essay on the religious or spiritual thematic content of poetry written in the U.S. is presented. Secular poets who spiritualize their writing include Cal Bedient, Li-Young Lee, and Mark Jarman. Writing cited includes the poem "The Kiss," by W. S. DiPiero, the third chapter in "The Body in...
- Ancient Hindu Society and Eliot's Ideal Christian Society. Bhela, Anita // CLCWeb: Comparative Literature & Culture: A WWWeb Journal;Jun2012, Vol. 14 Issue 2, Special section p1
In her article "Ancient Hindu Society and Eliot's Ideal Christian Society" Anita Bhela examines the influence of Hindu thought and Hindu philosophy on T.S. Eliot's critical writings. In The Idea of a Christian Society Eliot gives a hypothetical account of an ideal society that would contribute...
- CONTOURS OF CULTURE. Myers, Ken // Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity;May/Jun2010, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p8
The article reviews the books including "The Idea of a Christian Society," and "Notes Towards the Definition of Culture," by T.S. Eliot.
- Literature and Arts. McDonnell, Thomas P. // America;10/8/1955, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p45
The article features Christian poet T. S. Eliot and his works. According to the article, Eliot has made an art of sources and references, of lifting lines and phrases from well-known and sometimes very obscure places. In Eliot's work, "Four Quartets," the article notes that the main use of...
- What T. S. Eliot Almost Believed. Bottum, J. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep1995, Issue 55, p25
Examines the private spiritual life of U.S. poet T. S. Eliot. His late use of Christian spirituality to fill the void of modern times; His attitude toward death; Argument that his poetry is not about faith's wait for God but about the hollow man's wait for faith.
- Rebuilding Christ's Church. Pable, Martin // America;7/16/2007, Vol. 197 Issue 2, p22
The author reflects on the issue concerning the deteriorating faith of Catholics on church teachings. He uses the line "teach us to care and not to care, teach us to sit still even among these rocks," from T.S. Eliot's poem "Ash Wednesday" as a response to the challenges faced by the Catholic...
- T. S. Eliot's Indigenous Critical Concepts and "The Hollow Men". Sangi, Muhammad Khan; Soomro, Abdul Fattah; Gopang, Abdul Sattar // Language in India;Apr2012, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p482
In this poem "The Hollow Men", the human beings have been shown devoid of the qualities of faith, moral strength, of personality, determination and that of humanity; they are like empty bodies, lacking all human virtues. By direct and indirect similes and metaphors, the poet has tried to depict...