Ascetic Modernism in the Work of T S Eliot and Gustave by Henry Michael Gott

By Henry Michael Gott

Gott examines Eliot’s The Waste Land (1922) along side Gustave Flaubert’s l. a. Tentation de Saint Antoine (1874). He presents a hugely unique examining of either texts and argues stylistic affinity exists among the 2 works.

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