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"A man needn't go far to find a subject, if he's ready with his salt-box."--Uncle PumblechookWed, 14 May 2014 19:32:14 +0000hourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.4By: Karl Tiedemann
Thu, 27 Aug 2009 18:02:55 +0000http://www.jbj.wordherders.net/2007/07/05/t-e-hulmes-romanticism-and-classicism/#comment-46225Just 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.
Mon, 30 Jul 2007 03:07:40 +0000http://www.jbj.wordherders.net/2007/07/05/t-e-hulmes-romanticism-and-classicism/#comment-440The 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.)
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Sun, 29 Jul 2007 17:58:41 +0000http://www.jbj.wordherders.net/2007/07/05/t-e-hulmes-romanticism-and-classicism/#comment-435Can you share your knowledge of T.E. Hulme’s influence on poets and critics?