Tag Archives: T.S. Eliot

Two More Prose Pieces – George Barker

Poem in an Orange Wig ‘Personally I feel as though I was drowning in a sea of boiling water.’ This is the sentence uttered by Schoenberg when he was invited to describe his life as a composer. He went on: … Continue reading

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The Mirage of Poetic Evolution in Britain Since Eliot

by Paul Stubbs (article first published in 3:AM magazine, August 2009, re-printed here with minor amendments) When does poetry begin to capitulate? turn back in on itself? When it fails to assimilate the new, the foreign, when in the words … Continue reading

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