By Ernest Alfred Budge
Сборник переводов сказаний об Александре Македонском Псевдо-Каллисфена и других авторов, составленный сэром Э.А.Т. Уоллесом Баджем (1857 - 1934), известным английским египтологом, востоковедом и филологом, сотрудником Британского Музея, автором множества работ по истории Древнего Востока.
Доп. информация: Репринт издания 1896 года, издательство C. J. Clay and Sons, London.
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So, the poem can provide some aesthetic space for the sceptical, even though its professions of faith and belief have only deepened and been extended since the time of Ash- J#dnesdqy. In fact, the poem can take on board the whole question of aesthetics, even the whole issue of aestheticism, as a principal theme and examine it in relation to the spiritual life without the anxiety and guilt we sense in Ash-J#dnesdqy whenever the believer gets too close to the distractions of art: The broadbacked figure drest in blue and green Enchanted the maytirne with an antique flute.
These distinctions, then, define 'a community of taste', rather than a flavourless conformity. ' [T] he age in which we find a common style', he continues, recalling in his choice of 26 T. S. ' Periods which manifest extremes of style, on the other hand, will simply parade their childishness and decline into senil ity. The testing of these possibilities, the making of such a 'classic' dialect, in which the personal, the communal, and the sacred are per fectly balanced, begins in earnest with Ash- Ttednesdcry.
Eliot and the ideology ef Four Quartets He may seem so, but he isn't, and he is the product of a thoroughly English development, holding 'a place second to none in the history of the formation of the English Church' (FU 26). The presence of Andrewes in the poem can be heard also in the pragmatics of rhythmic variation. The use of the line break for essen tially rhythmic purposes suggests a further technical refinement in the writing of free verse which Eliot has learned from the rhythmic effects of Andrewes' punctuation, although the verse precedent for this accumula tive style of presentation, minus the conceptual lucidity, 'the ordonnance and precision', of Andrewes, is Walt Whitman.
The Life and Exploits of Alexander the Great by Ernest Alfred Budge