T S Eliot
|注意：||"1888-1988"--Book jacket cover.|
|描述：||221 pages ; 25 cm|
|内容：||Prufrock (1917): The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock ; Portrait of a lady ; Preludes ; Rhapsody on a windy night ; Morning at the window ; The Boston Evening transcript ; Aunt Helen ; Cousin Nancy ; Mr. Apollinax ; Hysteria ; Conversation galante ; La figlia che piange --
Poems (1920): Gerontion ; Burbank with a Baedeker: Bleistein with a cigar ; Sweeney erect ; A cooking egg ; Le directeur ; Melange adultere de tout ; Lune de miel ; The hippopotamus ; Dans le restaurant ; Whispers of immortality ; Mr. Eliot's Sunday morning service ; Sweeney among the nightingales --
The waste land (1922): I. The burial of the dead ; II. A game of chess ; III. The fire sermon ; IV. Death by water ; V. What the thunder said ; Notes on "The Waste Land" --
The hollow men (1925) --
Ash Wednesday (1930): I. Because I do not hope to turn again ; II. Lady, three white leopards sat under a juniper-tree ; III. At the first turning of the second stair ; IV. Who walked between the violet and the violet ; V. If the lost word is lost, if the spent word is spent ; VI. Although I do not hope to turn again --
Ariel poems: Journey of the magi - 1927 ; A song for Simeon - 1928 ; Animula - 1929 ; Marina - 1930 ; The cultivation of Christmas trees - 1954 --
Unfinished poems: Sweeney agonistes ; Fragment of a prologue ; Fragment of an agon ; Coriolan ; Triumphal march - 1931 ; Difficulties of a statesman --
Sweeney agonistes --
Minor poems: Eyes that last I saw in tears ; The wind sprang up at four o'clock ; Five-finger exercises ; Lines to a Persian cat ; Lines to a Yorkshire terrier ; Lines to a duck in the park ; Lines to Ralph Hodgson Esqre. ; Lines for Cuscuscaraway and Mirza Murad Ali Beg ; Landscapes ; New Hampshire ; Virginia ; USK ; Rannoch, by Glencoe ; Cape Ann ; Lines for an old man --
Choruses from "The rock": I. The eagle soars in the summit of heaven ; II. Thus your fathers were made ; III. The word of the Lord came unto me, saying ; IV. There are those who would build the temple ; V. O Lord, deliver me from the man of excellent intention and impure heart ; VI. It is hard for those who have never known persecution ; VII. In the beginning God created the world ; VIII. O father we welcome your words ; IX. Son of man, behold with thine eyes, and hear with thine ears ; X. You have seen the house built, you have seen it adorned --
Four Quartets: Burnt Norton - 1935 ; East Coker - 1940 ; The dry salvages - 1941 ; Little Gidding - 1942 --
Occasional verses: Defense of the islands ; A note on war poetry ; To the Indians who died in Africa ; To Walter de la Mare ; A dedication to my wife.
A selection of the poet's complete text of "collected poems 1909-1935," the full text of "Four Quartets," and several other poems.