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Explanation from Tradition and The Individual Talent about In fact the bad poet is usually unconscious…..

Explanation from Tradition and The Individual Talent


Explanation 01: In fact the bad poet is usually unconscious where he ought to be conscious and conscious where he ought to be unconscious.

     These lines have been mentioned from T.S. Eliot’s famous essay “Tradition and the Individual Talents”. Here he has stated his vies about a good and a bad poet.

    T.S. Eliot violently criticizes the poets who express and show their personal partiality in their works of writings. According to his suggestion, a good poet must be passive recognition and is conscious about the artistic emotion. He says that poetry is not a turning loose but an escape from emotion. It is not the expression of personality. It means that the poet should not lose his personal emotion which makes the whole writing influenced.

   So, every creation of art must be objective or impersonal.  

Edited by: Mahbub Murad. Dhaka, Bangladesh. Cell: +8801919879309, +8801761519111. Email: Mahbub_murad@yahoo.com 


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