📑 ‘The Waste Land’, a Century On

Bookmarked ‘The Waste Land’, a Century On – Quadrant Online (quadrant.org.au)

In The Waste Land, Eliot draws on an astonishing range of sources—classical, biblical, and from across several of the European literary traditions—and a variety of poetic modes of expression, to portray the decline and fall of Western civilisation.

Barry Spurr celebrates 100 years since the release of TS Eliot’s poem The Waste Land. He breaks down the poem and Eliot’s life, capturing how it has hard to believe in a Romantic representation of life after the horrors of the Great War.

In other pieces, Angelica Frey discusses the incorporation of the legend of the Fisher King in The Waste Land.

“” in T.S. Eliot’s “The Waste Land” — more relevant than ever, a century later – ABC Religion & Ethics ()

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