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The Waste Land – T. S. Eliot – By – R. L. Varshney

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The Waste Land,  Original Author –  Eliot T.S.  , Author – R.L. Varshney, Isbn Code – 978-93-87346-95-6

 

Edited with: General Introduction, Special Introduction, Paraphrase with Meanings , Notes, Important Explanations, Questions And Answers.Etc.

 

General Introduction

Biographical Sketch

His Characters and Personality

His Literary Works

Influences on T. S. Eliot

Background of the Modern English Poetry

Chief Features of Modern Poetry

The Age of T. S. Eliot

Eliot’s Theory of Poetry

Eliot’s Classicism

Interpretation of Themes of Eliot

Evolution of Poetic Genius of T. S. Eliot

Eliot’s Poetic Technique

Eliot’s Idea of Objective Correlative

Symbolism and Imagery

A General Estimate of Eliot as a Poet

Critical Opinions on T. S. Eliot and The Waste Land

Chronology

Special Introduction — The Waste Land

The Origin of The Waste Land

Mythical Background of The Waste Land

The Theme of The Waste Land

Structure of The Waste Land

Indian Thought in The Waste Land

Symbolism and Imagery in The Waste Land

Characters in The Waste Land

The Waste Land as a Social Document

Word Music in the Poem

The Use of the Objective Correlative in the Poem

The Use of Literary Allusions Their Significance

The Impudence of the Poem

A Critical Analysis of the Parts of The Waste Land

Critical Appreciation of The Waste Land Explanations

 Complete Paraphrase with Meanings and Notes

The Burial of the Dead

A Game of Chess

The Fire Sermon

Death by Water

What the Thunder Said

Questions and Answers

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The Waste Land,  Original Author –  Eliot T.S.  , Author – R.L. Varshney, Isbn Code – 978-93-87346-95-6

 

Edited with: General Introduction, Special Introduction, Paraphrase with Meanings , Notes, Important Explanations, Questions And Answers.Etc.

 

General Introduction

Biographical Sketch

His Characters and Personality

His Literary Works

Influences on T. S. Eliot

Background of the Modern English Poetry

Chief Features of Modern Poetry

The Age of T. S. Eliot

Eliot’s Theory of Poetry

Eliot’s Classicism

Interpretation of Themes of Eliot

Evolution of Poetic Genius of T. S. Eliot

Eliot’s Poetic Technique

Eliot’s Idea of Objective Correlative

Symbolism and Imagery

A General Estimate of Eliot as a Poet

Critical Opinions on T. S. Eliot and The Waste Land

Chronology

Special Introduction — The Waste Land

The Origin of The Waste Land

Mythical Background of The Waste Land

The Theme of The Waste Land

Structure of The Waste Land

Indian Thought in The Waste Land

Symbolism and Imagery in The Waste Land

Characters in The Waste Land

The Waste Land as a Social Document

Word Music in the Poem

The Use of the Objective Correlative in the Poem

The Use of Literary Allusions Their Significance

The Impudence of the Poem

A Critical Analysis of the Parts of The Waste Land

Critical Appreciation of The Waste Land Explanations

 Complete Paraphrase with Meanings and Notes

The Burial of the Dead

A Game of Chess

The Fire Sermon

Death by Water

What the Thunder Said

Questions and Answers

 

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