T. E. Hulme’s Romanticism and classicism

Longtime Salt-Box readers may have noticed that my archives haven’t yet made it over to the new WordPress version.  I’m still not quite sure what I think about that.

But I do like to provide a service to the people who get here via Google!  And since Mark Bauerlein gave T. E. Hulme’s “Romanticism and Classicism” a plug on InsideHigherEd.com this morning*, this seems like a good time to restore access to the Hulme essay.

Without further ado, then, here is the much-searched for link to a .pdf of the fulltext of Hulme’s “Romanticism and Classicism,” from his collection of essays, Speculations.  I believe the text to be out of copyright.

Enjoy!

–notes–

If it affords Mark any comfort, I get visitors to the site every single day looking for Hulme’s essay–during the semester, sometimes up to 10 a day.  So clearly *someone* out there is reading him.  And I use the essay as a frame for my Brit Lit II classes, which are explicitly conceived as a semester-long investigation of the idea of tradition.

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3 Responses to T. E. Hulme’s Romanticism and classicism

  1. Tora Mahanta says:

    Can you share your knowledge of T.E. Hulme’s influence on poets and critics?

  2. jbj says:

    The place to begin looking at Hulme’s influence is Ronald Schuchard’s _Eliot’s Dark Angel_, which has a chapter on Eliot and Hulme. (His bibliography is also v. helpful.)

  3. Karl Tiedemann says:

    Just ran across this entry and link two years after the fact because I was looking at that M. Bauerlein piece two years after the fact. Thank you very much for the help.

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