The essay starts from Eliot's understanding of the term ordinary language in his early essays to analyze the his use of "dialogue" and spoken speech and varieties in the early poems. The essay evidences that Eliot's early production is influenced by the philosophy of language as it was practiced in England at his time, arguing that Eliot inclined to interpret "common language" in historical terms only later in life.

lingua ordinaria e lingua conversazionale in Eliot

SCANNAVINI, ANNA
2001-01-01

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The essay starts from Eliot's understanding of the term ordinary language in his early essays to analyze the his use of "dialogue" and spoken speech and varieties in the early poems. The essay evidences that Eliot's early production is influenced by the philosophy of language as it was practiced in England at his time, arguing that Eliot inclined to interpret "common language" in historical terms only later in life.
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