T.S. Eliot, Lancelot Andrewes, and the Word: Intersections by G. Atkins

By G. Atkins

With specific awareness to the poems For Lancelot Andrewes, trip of the Magi, and Ash-Wednesday , G. Douglas Atkins deals an exhilarating new research of T.S. Eliot's debt to the seventeenth-century churchman Lancelot Andrewes and his theories of studying and writing texts.

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Symons was not trying to avoid Order—he simply did not recognize it. We can see that Mr. Symons, trained in the verbal school of Swinburne, is simply anxious to get a nice sounding phrase; and we infer that all that he found in Baudelaire was a nice sounding phrase. S. Eliot. ”61 Was Eliot, too? In any case, Eliot says—and his will be the last words here: But Baudelaire was not an aesthetic or a political Christian; his tendency to “ritual,” which Mr. S. Eliot, Lancelot Andrewes, and the Word observed, springs from no attachment to the outward forms of Christianity, but from the instincts of a soul that was naturaliter Christian.

S. Eliot: A Bibliography. Rev. and extended ed. (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1969). Eliot, “Lancelot Andrewes,” 3. Ibid. , 3–4. , 4–5. , 6. , 7. Ibid. , 8. Ibid. S. Eliot, “The Metaphysical Poets,” Homage to John Dryden (London: Hogarth, 1924). This essay first appeared in 1921. S. Eliot, Four Quartets (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1943). Eliot, “Lancelot Andrewes,” qtd. 11–12. , qtd. 12. , 13. , 14. , 14–15. , 21. , 21–22. , 22–24. , 24. 1057/9781137381637 3 Homage to Lancelot Andrewes Abstract: This chapter undertakes the first sustained study of For Lancelot Andrewes: Essays on Style and Order.

And in all events it is a process which neither Arnold nor Professor Babbitt could accept. But if there is a “will of God”, as Arnold, in a hasty moment, admits, then some doctrine of Grace must be admitted too; or else the “will of God” is just the same inoperative benevolence which we have all now and then received—and resented—from our fellow human beings. 48 Eliot brings “Francis Herbert Bradley” to a close with a long paragraph that at once summarizes his argument, establishes links backwards and forwards to other essays, and enriches our understanding of some fundamental concerns and principles.

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