T. S. Eliot's Imagery In Poetry

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According to Stephen King, ‘‘Imagery does not occur on the writers’ page; it occurs in the readers mind. To describe everything is to supply a photograph in words to indict the points which seems the most vivid and important to you, the writer, is to allow the reader flush out our sketch into a portrait’’. This paper is an explanation of imagery as a language which was used by T.S.Eliot in his selected poems: Journey of the Magi and four quarters. I have included the History of Imagery. I have analyzed some of his poetries too. Keeping this in my mind, I demonstrated the potential meanings of each poetries in the base of imagery. Secondly, I compared his 2 main poems "Journey of the Magi and Four Quartets" to criticize. Keywords: Imagery, language, Poet, Poetry. Introduction Imagery is called the elements of poems that spark off the senses. But 'Image ' is a synonym of picture and it is used in poems to give not only the senses but poetic writing. Example: Ken Smith 's "Praise of Vodka" having "The taste of aim of wind on fields, the wind through the long-wet forest." Imagists found the importance of Imagery in 20 'th century. They used imagery in a language as much as possible possible. Eliot s an Imagist Ezra pound 's Imagist theory and T.S.Eliot 's objective correlative. - Jessica Masters. Good example of Eliot 's imagery work is 'The Waste Land '. It included the disjoined imagery and aesthetic strategy of the direct presentational objective

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