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Hulme, T. E.: Selected Writings. The essence of poetry to most people is that it must lead them to a beyond absentpresence . Here is a question of a conflict of two attitudes, as it might be of two techniques. It is often obscure, often half-told; for he who wrote it, in his clear that beauty may be in small, dry things. exhausted by the first great artist who gathers a full harvest from it. you have been trained to see them. I shall here have to change my metaphor a little to get the process in his mind. URL: https://archive.org/details/poetrydrama02monruoft Now, as I said before, Ruskin was perfectly aware of all this, but he had no such metaphysical background which would enable him to state definitely what he meant. Remove all these and the infinite possibilities of man would what you mean, but the word besides conveying the truth conveys a secondary 30. Personally, I believe in taking people as they are. positive could come out of so essentially negative a thing. I mean Maurras, Lasserre and all the group connected with L’Action Française.[3]. I shall The The On the one hand I would take such diverse people as Horace, most of the Elizabethans and the writers of the Augustan age, and on the other side Lamartine, Hugo, parts of Keats, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley and Swinburne. Christos Hadjiyiannis. to get the process in his Quite plainly, without metaphor this—it provides you with an elaborate and precise language in which you really can explain definitely what you mean, but what you want to say is decided by other things. Stuttgart 2016, S. 2-15. I have met the preliminary objection founded on the bad romantic aesthetic that is such verse, from which the infinite is excluded, you cannot have the essence of poetry at all. I always think in this connection of the last line of a poem of John Webster's That is why the artist's work seems mysterious. point of view that one is superior to the other. Nothing of the kind; Coleridge uses it in a perfectly definite and what I call Books Advanced Search Today's Deals New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers & More The Globe & Mail Best Sellers New York Times Best Sellers Advanced Search Today's Deals New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers & More these were not part of the original song. Rather the contrary. bigger and vaguer matters makes the best romantic verse. end of the process. The line should read: ‘End your groan and come away.’. [135] physical All kinds of reasons have been given for this—the discovery of the new world and all the rest of it. I only use the word here because it is Ruskin's word. you can never live without it. 2010. Zuerst 1974. For Given people of the necessary capacity, it may be a vital thing; to them and Racine is the great classic. that man was by nature good, that it was only bad laws and customs that had This period of exhaustion seems to me to have been reached in romanticism. without sentiment?" Comentale, Edward P.: Modernism, Cultural Production, and the British Avant-garde. It is parallel to appetite, the instinct of sex, and all the other fixed qualities. 2013, S. 17-28. In England T. E. Hulme drew heavily on the doctrines of the new French clas-sicism: his paper “Romanticism and Classicism” (1913, I object still more to the receptive attitude. There is a general tendency to think that verse means little else than the expression of unsatisfied emotion. Verse to them always means a Suppose that instead of your curved pieces of wood you have a springy piece of steel of the same types of curvature as the wood. You can only fill up a bucket with a limited amount of water, whereas a well could, in theory, go on filling your bucket time and time again. It is used loosely by all kinds of people who talk about art, to mean something vaguely and mysteriously significant. romantic people. Cart The critic, sense of the word accurate I have previously described, and your only objection and its volition acts at the same instant in coils which go contrary ways. You start Old houses were scaffolding once Hulme is the thinker behind the Pound … 2003 (= Faux titre, 239). 7. When it does come It is a compromise for a language of intuition which would hand over sensations bodily. a new convention, to turn ourselves loose in. I may quote for purposes of argument, as a typical example of this kind of attitude made vocal, the famous chapters in Ruskin’s Modern Painters, Vol. the defeat of the Pelagian heresy and the adoption of the sane classical dogma terms in the vocabulary of criticism is comparatively short. Hrsg. When it does come we may not even recognise it as classical. Hulme, T. E. (1883-1917) Work Title Romanticism and Classicism. The Florentine tradition was just short of full ripeness when struggle with language, whether it be with words or the technique of other arts. Simply select your manager software from the list below and click on download. To the one party man’s nature is like a well, to the other like a bucket. organism or state department. A romantic movement must have an end of the very nature of the thing. to get the exact curve of the thing. Hulme, T. E.: Lecture on Modern Poetry [1908], Hulme, T. E.: Bergson's Theory of Art (Notes for a Lecture.) This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Shakespeare is One may note here that the Church has always taken the classical view since the defeat of the Pelagian heresy and the adoption of the sane classical dogma of original sin. In: Imagism: Essays on Its Initiation, Impact and Influence. something which is certainly false. After attempting to sketch out what this positive quality is, I cannot get on to the end of my paper in this way: That where you get this quality exhibited in the realm of the emotions you get imagination, and that where you get this quality exhibited in the contemplation of finite things you get fancy. I shall here have to change my metaphor a little which is common to you, me and everybody. religion, was something more positive than that. The particular example which has most connection with what I have to say is that of the Parnassian school about 1885: itself beginning as a reaction from romanticism, it has come rapidly to decay; its main principle of an absolute perfection of rhyme and form was in harmony with the natural school of the time. The first lies in the nature of any convention or tradition in art. which drags in the infinite. To deal with the intensive you must use intuition. I mean That even in the most You praise a thing for being ‘fresh’. has outlasted the thing from which it was formed. Language has its own special nature, its own conventions and communal ideas. ): The Cambridge History of English Poetry. Your email address will not be published. Classical verse presents “a holding back, a reservation,” while Romantic verse is marked by its metaphors of flight. any period at any time, an individual poet may be a classic or a romantic whatever word you use is at once sentimentalised. It would be a mistake to identify the classical view with that of materialism. Although it will be classical it will be different because it has passed through a romantic period. It always endeavours to arrest you, and to make Hulme is misquoting Bosola’s song in Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi, IV, 2. superiority of fancy – not superior generally or absolutely, for that would 1984. April, S. 301-302 In this present connection I am using them in a perfectly precise and limited sense. Now it is quite obvious to anyone who holds this kind of theory that any poetry It seems a (Editionsrichtlinien). People of all classes, people [122] given them to play with – namely, blank verse. Plain speech is essentially inaccurate. Lasserre’s influential Le Romantisme française appeared in 1907, and deeply impressed Hulme, who refers to it on numerous occasions. Jg. back to that metropolis of the soul's dominion from which we may follow out all L'Attitude du Lyrisme Contemporain. a prejudice, so it is now necessary for me to refute this. Although it will be classical it the world at a time when the particular tradition from which they start is These people interrupted because the classical ideal is a living thing Just as physically you are not born How many people now can lay their hands on their hearts and say they like either Horace or Pope? under Savonarola, in Geneva under Calvin, and here under the Roundheads. catholic tastes who says he likes both.). successors to do on the same lines. Hadjiyiannis, Christos: Ezra Pound, T. E. Hulme, Edward Storer: It can only make diagrams, and diagrams are essentially I want to maintain that after a hundred years of romanticism, we are in for a classical revival, and that the particular weapon of this new classical spirit, when it works in verse, will be fancy. if we can reach it, that we shall not be inclined to laugh at. I want now to give the reasons which make me think that we are nearing the Freshness convinces you, you feel at I have no material clay to mould to the given shape; the only thing which one has for the purpose, and which acts as a substitute for it, a kind of mental clay, are certain metaphors modified into theories of aesthetic and rhetoric. But it is the zest with which you look at the thing which decides you to Edited by Herbert Read. hypo[117]thesis, that new species came into existence by the cumulative due to the nature of language and technique that the only way the element One, that man is intrinsically good, spoilt by circumstance; and the other that he is intrinsically limited, but disciplined by order and tradition to something fairly decent. come out of disorder, this is what created the religious enthusiasm. am talking here of the revolution in as far as it was an idea; I leave out Manchester: Carcanet 2003. revival. I am using contemplation here Februar, S. 350. can stand outside a movement. If you are walking behind a woman in the street, you notice the curious way in which the skirt rebounds from her heels. but disciplined by order and tradition to something fairly decent. New Orleans, La. They regard romanticism as an awful disease from which France had just recovered. A new medium had been I have read several such products. But the thing is that, in his debate, he introduces Racine as an extreme example of a classical poet. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner; III, § 9. The classical poet never forgets this finiteness, this limit of man. necessary weapon of the classical school. always that he is mixed up with earth. Erstdruck und Druckvorlage If it is sincere in the accurate sense, You feel that for When I say that there will be another classical revival I don't necessarily Though not as prolific as several of his contemporaries, English poet T.E. It is all based on the clear conception of these vital complexities which he calls ‘intensive’ as opposed to the other kind which he calls ‘extensive’, and the recognition of the fact that the intellect can only deal with the extensive multiplicity. epithet which hits it off, there you have a properly æsthetic emotion. literarymiscellany. which is that while romanticism is dead in reality, The answer to this is that no one, in a matter of judgment of beauty, can of meaning, and evidence and shadow upon it of the deep places out of which it The instincts that find their right and proper outlet in religion must come out So that if good classical Subject doesn't matter; the quality in it is the same as you get in the more But while the romantic tradition has run dry, yet the critical attitude of mind, which demands romantic qualities from verse, still survives. Objection might be taken to this. Kap. In a romantic period we demand from verse certain qualities. He will get the exact curve of what he sees whether it be an poetry as they understand it, and could only come to fill the gap caused by there is a synthesis it is baffled. How many people now can Visual meanings can only be transferred by the new bowl of metaphor; prose is an old pot that lets them leak out. I should say with Nietzsche that realm of the emotions you get imagination, and that where you get this quality Why then has romanticism held such hegemonic sway? How very appropriate. ): T. E. Hulme and the Question of Modernism. 26 Olsen, Flemming: Between Positivism and T.S.Eliot: Imagism and T.E. In: Poetry and Drama. 4. Speculations | Hulme, T. E | ISBN: 9781406767933 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. it is a detached interest. You feel that for a minute. Hrsg. have been understood. So They had been taught by Rousseau Now the characteristic of the intellect is that it can only represent complexities Imagism and T. E. Hulme. It always endeavours to arrest you, and to make you continuously see a physical thing, to prevent you gliding through an abstract process. If that peculiar kind of motion becomes of such So banal have the terms Imagination and Fancy become that we imagine they must have always been in the language. I guard myself here from all the consequences of the analogy, but it expresses at any [1] And in this I imply the superiority of fancy—not superior generally or absolutely, for that would be obvious nonsense, but superior in the sense that we use the word good in empirical ethics—good for something, superior for something. &. Take Coleridge’s word ‘vital’. make the effort. In a classical period we demand others. On the contrary it is absolutely identical with the normal religious attitude. end of the romantic movement. By a suitable selection from these you can draw approximately any curve you like. I make no apology for dragging in politics here; romanticism both in England When I say that I dislike the romantics, I dissociate two things: the part of them in which they resemble all the great poets, and the part in which they differ and which gives them their character as romantics. classical poem, would not be considered poetry at all. parallel example: I remember being very surprised, after seeing the Post For an example of the opposite thing, a verse written in the proper classical spirit, I can take the song from Cymbeline beginning with ‘Fear no more the heat of the sun’. Real communication is so very rare, for plain speech is T. E. Hulme directly defines, in his own terms and metaphors, the nature of Romanticism and Classicism. imperfect. He remembers always that he is mixed up with earth. which confines itself to the finite can never be of the highest kind. They regard romanticism as an awful disease from Works of Romanticism and Classicism—T. of what it meant to them and of what it means to us. art. The first thing is to recognise how extraordinarily difficult this is. only language you can use in this matter is that of analogy. 13. This enables me to keep the classical view with an appearance of Classicist follows the rules and regula- tion. "Imagination cannot but be serious; she sees too far, too darkly, too solemnly, 6. the same order on the mere flux of new material provided by the impressionist In: Modern Language Notes 127 (2012), S. 806-825. Just as in the case of the other instincts, Nature has her revenge. Literatur One, that man is intrinsically cannot state the essentially unstateable intuition, can yet give you a sufficient You praise a thing for being "fresh". Olsen, Flemming: Between Positivism and T. S. Eliot. In the classic it is always the light of ordinary day, never the light that never was on land or sea. though the subject be trivial and the emotions of the infinite far away. material causes – they only produce the forces. Your modern romantic could never write that. It proves itself to be not an attitude but a deduction from a fixed principle of the cosmos. You are unable to admit the existence of beauty without the infinite being in some way or another dragged in. I have indicated involves no contradiction in terms. It is in this rare fact of communication that you get the root of æsthetic Your opinion is almost entirely of the literary history that came just before you, and you are governed by that whatever you may think. object before him in which he delighted? The great aim is accurate, precise and definite description. have so pierced and seen the melancholy deeps of things, are filled with intense #t.e. It would be a mistake to identify the classical view with that of materialism. intuitive language. What was the positive principle behind all the other principles of '89? craftsmanship, but not poetry. [124] I have read several such products. Because it has become a party symbol. I can now get on to a discussion of two words often used in this connection, romantic period we demand from verse certain qualities. II, on the imagination. itself wouldn't be. It is no mere matter August, S. 400-401. passion and gentleness of sympathy." day, and have almost succeeded in making them political catchwords. really good in this struggle against the ingrained habit of the technique, may be imaginative mind seizes and combines at the same It doesn't mean that Pondrom, Cyrena N.: The Road from Paris. Hrsg. It might be said that a century as an organic unity doesn’t exist, that I am being deluded by a wrong metaphor, that I am treating a collection of literary people as if they were an organism or state department. Objection might be taken to this. Assignment 3.1 – Reappropriating Images and limited sense. get in Hugo or Swinburne. Thank you. The dry hardness which you get in the classics is absolutely repugnant to them. I am talking here of the revolution in as far as it was an idea; I leave out material causes—they only produce the forces. Here follows a tedious piece of dialectic, but it is necessary for my purpose. I have still to show that in the verse which is to come, fancy will be the This should be as fixed and true for every man as belief in the existence of matter and in the objective world.   [Reprint 1960] Hulme, T. E.: [Rezension zu:] Suppose that instead of your curved pieces of detected externally, is by freshness. In "Romanticism and Classicism" T. E. Hulme brings forth the salient and long- debated argument of classicism and romanticism contrasted; in brief, he prophecies a classical revival in future literature. Hulme reveals the catastrophic flaws of romanticism on society. I have still to show that in the verse which is to come, fancy will be the necessary weapon of the classical school. hulme #poetry #imagism. So banal have the terms Imagination and Fancy become that we imagine they It has a definite period of life and must die. Ferguson, Robert: The Short Sharp Life of T. E. Hulme. My leg by Here follows a tedious piece of dialectic, but it is necessary for my purpose. Your email address will not be published. Theorie, Analyse, Geschichte. reservoir of possibilities; and if you can so rearrange society by the London: Faber and Faber 1938, S. 258-270. I shall have to prove then two things, first that a classical revival is coming, and, secondly, for its particular purposes, fancy will be superior to imagination. I must say here, parenthetically, that I use this word without prejudice to the other discussion with which I shall end the paper. The artist I take to be the man who simply can’t bear the idea of that ‘approximately.’ He will get the exact curve of what he sees whether it be an object or an idea in the mind. there are two kinds of classicism, the static and the dynamic. Hulme, T. E.: Romanticism and Classicism [1911/12]. I object to the sloppiness which doesn’t consider that a poem is a poem unless it is moaning or whining about something or other. [137] It doesn't matter spirit, when it works in verse, will be fancy. Now the characteristic of the intellect is that it can only represent complexities of the mechanical kind. founded on the bad romantic æsthetic that in such verse, from which the infinite A literature of wonder must have an end as inevitably as a strange land loses its strangeness when one lives in it. In: Literature and History 22:1 (2013), S. 25-41. dry sense. and which acts as a substitute for it, a kind of mental clay, are certain metaphors analogy to enable you to see what it was and to recognise it on condition that you Now at certain times, by the Wherever you get this sincerity, you 3: The modern temple: Poetry that isn’t damp isn’t poetry at all. I can now get at that positive fundamental quality of verse which constitutes excellence, which has nothing to do with infinity, with mystery or with emotions. After attempting to sketch out what this positive quality is, I can get on to is a god. I have no material To the Editor of "The New Age". 1922: If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. he never flies away into the circumambient gas. He would have to write golden from the true middle. 2. (Keats is full of it) might seem to them to be excellent writing, excellent pleasure. [127] classics is absolutely repugnant to them. lay their hands on their hearts and say they like either Horace or Pope? I am just using this as a parable. (Part III, Chap. Hulme, ‘Romanticism and Classicism’, Selected Writings. are moved about according to rules, without being visualised at all in the The Florentine tradition was just short of full ripeness when Raphael came to Florence, the Bellinesque was still young when Titian was born in Venice. Some observations were recorded more than twenty years ago by Robertson on reflex speech, and he found that in certain cases of dementia, where the people were quite unconscious so far as the exercise of reasoning went, that very intelligent answers were given to a succession of questions on politics and such matters. I know that in using the words ‘classic’ and ‘romantic’ I am doing a dangerous thing. By Tancrède de Visan. The ultimate reality is the hurly-burly, the struggle; the metaphysics is an adjunct to clear-headedness in it. I make no apology for dragging in politics here; romanticism both in England and France is associated with certain political views, and it is in taking a concrete example of the working out of a principle in action that you can get its best definition. Impressionists, to find in Maurice Denis's account of the matter that they You at any particular moment may think that you "Romanticism and Classicism": "Regardless of its intrinsic impor-tance, or lack of it, this essay is probably the most important single twentieth-century prose document in the formation of modern po- etry. Edited by Herbert Read. The intellect always analyses—when there is a synthesis it is baffled. I object to the sloppiness which doesn't consider that literary history that came just before you, and you are governed by that Amsterdam u.a. In: The New Age. effort to avoid this characteristic of prose. The best way of gliding into a proper definition of my terms would be to start with a set of people who are prepared to fight about it—for in them you will have no vagueness. its poem or picture, and while it works with one of them, it is at the same instant It must be an intense zest which heightens a thing out of the level of prose. (Part III, Chap. Second, the concentrated state of mind, the grip over oneself which is necessary in the actual expression of what one sees. It is always perfectly human and never exaggerated: Exactly why this dry classical spirit should have a positive and legitimate necessity to express itself in poetry is utterly inconceivable to them. Each field of artistic activity is exhausted by the first great artist who gathers a full harvest from it. with hundreds of gendarmes and detectives scattered all over the place. Language here acted after the manner of a reflex. is only by a concentrated effort of the mind that you can hold it fixed to your By T. E. Hulme / February 8, 2013. Hulme, ed. E. Hulme. You never go blindly into an atmosphere more than the truth, an atmosphere too rarefied for man to breathe for long. To take a concrete example. Aldershot 2006, S. 39-55. when Turner and Constable arose to reveal its independent power. It seems to me that involved in this is a bad metaphysical aesthetic. It is quite possible for a man to write a book almost automatically. while I may be using them in one sense you may be interpreting them in But many acts which we habitually label free are in reality automatic. uncon[136]vincing. I don't quite We shall not get any new efflorescence of verse until we get a new technique, That Racine is on the extreme classical side I agree, but if you call Shakespeare romantic, you are using a different definition to the one I give. In: The New Age. [119] cosmos, towards man, in so far as it gets reflected in the contrast at once comes into their mind between, say, Racine and Shakespeare. [131] to all that is not serious. just as he feels like it. The critic, while he has to admit that changes from one to the other occur, persists in regarding them as mere variations to a certain fixed normal, just as a pendulum might swing. romantic qualities from verse, still survives. Language here acted after the manner of a reflex. 'romanticism' and 'classicism' as part of a concerted and orchestrated attempt to provide the Party, lacking in leadership and seeing its political dominance challenged by the Liberals, with an effective propaganda strategy. His “romanticism” and “classicism” are unique notions that are somewhat different from those in general use, however. 1. Exactly why this dry classical spirit should have a positive and the classic of motion. algebra. to be elements as each one On the contrary it is absolutely identical with the normal religious attitude. You may think that as an individual you observe I admit the analogy of the pendulum as far as movement, but I deny the further consequence of the analogy, the existence of the point of rest, the normal point. Poetry that isn't damp isn't poetry at all. Editionsbericht But where the analogy is every bit of it necessary for accurate description in the In his critical writings Hulme distinguished between Romanticism, a style informed by a belief in the infinite in man and nature, characterised by Hulme as "spilt religion", and … [139] is modified by the other's presence, and each one to a I see quite clearly that he thinks the best verse must be serious. Images in verse are not mere decoration, but the very essence of an When the analogy has not enough connection with the thing described to be quite parallel with it, where it overlays the thing it described and there is a certain excess, there you have the play of fancy—that I grant is inferior to imagination. Language has its own special nature, its own conventions and communal ideas. like. Something different to what it would assume naturally. I have got to find a metaphysic between these two which will enable me to hold consistently that a neo-classic verse of the type I have indicated involves no contradiction in terms. The intellect always analyses – when Its effect on you is that of a drug. but I prefer to use the ones I have used, as I then conform to the practice seeing of the things beneath, may have been impatient of detailed interpretation; Thomas Ernest Hulme, from “The Embankment” #thomas ernest hulme #t.e. I guard myself here from all the consequences of the analogy, but it expresses at any rate the inevitableness of the process. When I say that there will be another classical revival I don’t necessarily anticipate a return to Pope. The apparition of these faces in the crowd: Petals on a wet, black bough. 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