By Eoin Colfer
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Eliot had reached the kind of success and celebrity rarely accorded a literary figure. But this image of a serenely wise man fulfilling public duties is not the whole picture. He had begun to suVer 20 The Cambridge Introduction to T. S. Eliot from bouts of depression from an early age and they had grown more severe in his first years in England; his first marriage had exacerbated rather than alleviated them. Even after his separation from Vivien and well into old age, these episodes continued. His religious faith had helped, but it had not entirely dispelled the aZiction.
Some ‘‘intractable material’’ in Hamlet’s character could not be dramatized. The emotional content overcame the dramatic form, leaving us with a sense of imbalance, lack of control, and a sense of unreality. ’’ The general point has become a classic formulation: The only way of expressing emotion in the form of art is by finding an ‘‘objective correlative’’; in other words, a set of objects, a situation, a chain of events which shall be the formula of that particular emotion; such that when the external facts, which must terminate in sensory experience, are given, the emotion is immediately evoked.
The literary and personal relationship he formed with the flamboyant Pound would last until Eliot’s death in 1965. By 1914 Pound had been in London for six years and was in touch with many literary figures there. He was a gregarious and voluble man for whom networking was as natural a function as breathing. Through Pound, Eliot was quickly put in touch with his contemporaries and introduced to a vital literary scene. In late 1914 Pound was deeply involved with the movement in the visual arts called Vorticism and Eliot was introduced to the guiding intelligence of the Great London Vortex, Wyndham Lewis, with whom he remained on friendly terms for the rest of Lewis’s life even when Lewis’s prickly personality had made him an enemy of just about every other literary group in the British capital.