5 edition of life and opinions of T.E. Hulme. found in the catalog.
life and opinions of T.E. Hulme.
Alun R. Jones
|Contributions||Hulme, T. E. 1883-1917.|
|LC Classifications||B1646.H84 J6 1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||60011734|
Life Edit. Hulme was born at Gratton Hall, Endon, Staffordshire, the son of Thomas and Mary Hulme. He was educated at Newcastle-under-Lyme High School and, from , St John's College, Cambridge, where he read mathematics, but was sent down in after rowdy behaviour on Boat Race was thrown out of Cambridge a second time after a scandal . Prior to the First World War T.E. Hulme was one of the most original and striking creative personalities in England, strongly admired by both Pound and Eliot. Yet he died in , virtually unknown. A key figure in the genesis of Modernism, Hulme mixed among a great range of gifted artists and was never shy of courting controversy/5(1).
"On the chronology of Hulme's works pertinent to this study see the bibliographies in Sam Hynes's Further Speculations (University of Minnesota Press, ); Alun R. Jones, The Life and Opinions of T. E. Hulme (Beacon Press, ); and Wallace Martin, "T. E. Hulme: A Bibliographical Note," N & Q, IX (), Prior to the First World War T.E. Hulme was one of the most original and striking creative personalities in England, strongly admired by both Pound and Eliot. Yet he died in , virtually unknown. A key figure in the genesis of Modernism, Hulme mixed among a great range of .
This is the first collected edition of the writings of the poet, critic, and philosopher T.E. Hulme (). Hulme wrote some of the first "modernist" poems in English, helped introduce the philosophy of Henri Bergson to Britain and the U.S., and was one of the first English critics to write about modern art. Paul Selver, on first seeing T. E. Hulme, pp. T. E. Hulme arrived in London in June and plunked himself down – quite literally – in the midst of the city’s most advanced artistic and intellectual circles. His striking figure – 6’2” and 14 stone – could be seen in the Oxford Street.
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Life and opinions of T.E. Hulme. Boston, Beacon Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: T E Hulme; T E Hulme; Thomas E Hulme; Thomas E Hulme: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alun R Jones; T E Hulme. Early life. Hulme was born at Gratton Hall, Endon, Staffordshire, the son of Thomas and Mary was educated at Newcastle-under-Lyme High School and, fromSt John's College, Cambridge, where he read mathematics, but was sent down in after rowdy behaviour on Boat Race night.
He was thrown out of Cambridge a second time after a scandal Born: Thomas Ernest Hulme, 16 September. Though not as prolific as several of his contemporaries, English poet T.E. Hulme’s influence in shaping 20th-century thought in art and literature is indisputable. He was best known for the position of leadership he held in the group of poets and philosophers known as the Imagists.
This movement has oftentimes been attributed to Ezra Pound but it was Hulme who was. This Philosopher Was a Giant Handy with His Fists; THE LIFE AND OPINIONS OF T.E. HULME. By Alun R. Jones. Boston: The Beacon Press.
$ Alun Jones, The Life and Opinions of T. Hulme () Michael Roberts, T. Hulme (, Carcanet Press reprint) Robert Ferguson, The Short Sharp Life of T. Hulme () Peter Hoeres, T. Hulme - Ein konservativer Revolutionär aus England, in: Zeitschrift für Politik 50 (), pp.
– External links. Selected writings (, Fyfield Books) edited by Patrick McGuinness; 翻訳. ジョルジュ・ソレル『暴力論』 Reflections on Violence () 参考. Alun Jones, The Life and Opinions of T. Hulme () Michael Roberts, T.
Hulme (, Carcanet Press reprint) Robert Ferguson, The Short Sharp Life of T. Hulme (). Despite his influence, however, the man T.S. Eliot described as 'classical, reactionary, and revolutionary' has until very recently been neglected by scholars, and T.E.
Hulme and the Question of Modernism is the first essay collection to offer an in-depth exploration of Hulme's thought. Buy The Short Sharp Life of T. Hulme Main by Ferguson, Robert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Reviews: 2. T E Hulme was the brains behind the modernist movement in England, the founder, with Ezra Pound, of imagism, and the first English critic to defend abstract art.
The Short, Sharp Life of TE Hulme by Robert Ferguson Penguin £20, pp TE Hulme's contemporaries would probably not have been surprised to know that one day he would have a biographer. “Man is in no sense perfect, but a wretched creature who can yet apprehend perfection.”—T.E. Hulme. The mediocrity and driftless purposelessness of liberalism had permeated and shattered true humanist culture at the turn of the nineteenth-to-the-twentieth century, the great historian and man of letters Christopher Dawson feared.
's Aesthetics And The Ideology Of Protofascism. Keiko Ishida - - Bigaku 59 (2) The Practical Muse Pragmatist Poetics in Hulme, Pound, and Stevens. Speculations ESSAYS ON HUMANISM AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF ART By T. IIULME Edited by HERBERT READ With a Frontispiece and Foreword by JACOB EPSTEIN LONDON KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, TRUBNER CO., LTD.
NEW YORK HARCOURT, BRACE COMPANY, INC. HULME From n Bronze by Jacob Epstein. CONTENTS Frontispiece Portrait. Herbert Read edited two volumes of Hulme's works, Speculations () and Notes on Language and Style (); Further Speculations, edited by S.
Hynes, was published in Biographical and critical studies include Michael Roberts's T. Hulme () and Alun R. Jones's The Life and Opinions of T. Hulme (). The New Age, known as the leading socialist review of its day, was also an important platform for work by Ezra Pound, T.
Hulme, Edwin Muir, Wyndham Lewis and Walter Sickert, earning a distinct place in the history of modernism. Notable among political periodicals for its interest in modern art and literature, the journal clearly differed, however, from avant.
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Early life Edit. Hulme was born at Gratton Hall, Endon, Staffordshire, the son of Thomas and Mary was educated at Newcastle-under-Lyme High School, and fromSt John's College, Cambridge, where he read mathematics, but was sent down in after rowdy behaviour on Boat Race night.
He was thrown out of Cambridge a second time after a scandal. The papers of Thomas Hulme were collected by AR Jones in connection with his book on Hulme, The Life and Opinions of T E Hulme, published in by Gollancz.
The collection includes a few letters and postcards from Hulme to various correspondents, particularly E Marsh, as well his poem on Sunset endorsed on the back of an account from the.T.E. Hulme was born on the 16th September and killed in Flanders on 28th September when he was directly hit by a shell.
Hulme is buried in the Koksijde (Coxyde) Military Cemetery, Belgium. His headstone carries the inscription “One of the War Poets”. Hulme was brought up in the family home Gratton Hall, Endon in Staffordshire.A writer in the New York Times in summed up Hulme’s influence nicely: “T.E.
Hulme had modified the consciousness of his age in such a way that by his name had become part of a myth.” It is a myth that we—those of us writing and reading the Imaginative Conservative, Ignatius Insight Scoop, Front Porch Republic, Pileus, etc.