T. S. Eliot

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T. S. Eliot

T. S. Eliot, 1934
Ganwyd Thomas Stearns Eliot
(1888-09-26)Medi 26, 1888
St. Louis, Missouri
Bu farw Ionawr 4, 1965(1965-01-04) (aged 76)
London, England
Gwaith Poet, dramatist, literary critic, and editor
Dinasyddiaeth American by birth; British from 1927
Addysg A.B. in philosophy
Alma mater Harvard University
Merton College, Oxford
Cyfnod 1905–1965
Symudiad llenyddol Modernism
Gwaith nodedig The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock (1915), The Waste Land (1922), Four Quartets (1944)
Gwobrau Nobel Prize for Literature (1948), Order of Merit (1948)
Priodi Vivienne Haigh-Wood (1915–1947); Esmé Valerie Fletcher (1957–death)
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Portread T. S. Eliot gan Simon Fieldhouse

Bardd, dramodydd a beirniad llenyddol oedd Thomas Stearns Eliot, OM (26 Medi 18884 Ionawr 1965). Derbyniodd y Wobr Llenyddiaeth Nobel yn 1948. Ysgrifenodd gerddi The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, The Waste Land, The Hollow Men, Ash Wednesday, a Four Quartets; y dramâu Murder in the Cathedral a The Cocktail Party; an'r traethawd Tradition and the Individual Talent. Ganwyd Eliot yn yr Unol Daleithiau, ond symudodd i Brydain Fawr yn 1914 (yn 25 oed), a daeth yn ddinesydd Prydeinig yn 1927, yn 39 oed.

Gweithfeydd Cynnar[golygu]

  • Rhyddiaeth
    • "The Birds of Prey" (Stori fer; 1905)[3]
    • "A Tale of a Whale" (Stori fer; 1905)
    • "The Man Who Was King" (Stori fer; 1905)[4]
    • [A review of] "The Wine and the Puritans" (1909)
    • "The Point of View" (1909)
    • "Gentlemen and Seamen" (1909)
    • [A review of] "Egoist" (1909)
  • Barddoniaeth
    • "A Fable for Feasters" (1905)
    • "[A Lyric:]'If Time and Space as Sages say'" (1905)
    • "[At Graduation 1905]" (1905)
    • "Song:'If space and time,as sages say'" (1907)
    • "Before Morning" (1908)
    • "Circe's Palace" (1908)
    • "Song: 'When we came home across the hill'" (1909)
    • "On a Portrait" (1909)
    • "Nocturne" (1909)
    • "Humoresque" (1910)
    • "Spleen" (1910)
    • "[Class]Ode" (1910)
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Ffynonellau[golygu]

  1. Hart Crane (1899-1932)
  2. Influences by Seamus Heaney, Bostonreview.net, accessed August 3, 2009.
  3. The three short stories published in the Smith Academy Record (1905) have never been recollected in any form and have virtually been neglected.
  4. As for a comparative study of this short story and Rudyard Kipling's "The Man Who Would Be King", see Tatsushi Narita, T. S. Eliot and his Youth as "A Literary Columbus" (Nagoya: Kougaku Shuppan, 2011), 21-30.