Wasteland By TS Eliot Essay, Research Paper
The driving force of all life is procreation and re-birth. For world,
flora, the carnal land, the endurance of the species is the
dominant factor and merely the fittest survive. For millenary, different
races have believed that the birthrate of the land depended on the
sexual authority of their swayer or favor of their Gods. Pagan, Roman,
Grecian and other Gods have been invented who were believed to command
the birthrate of the land, such as Ceres, the Roman goddess of
agribusiness, on which the endurance of their populations has been
believed to hold depended. Assorted superstitious notions and faiths have
farther developed and become important factors in the lives of
one million millions of the universe & # 8217 ; s population. The Waste Land takes these subjects
and portrays a dead land that lacks the birthrate and sexual authority
needed to prolong and come on life. A land nothingness of what is needed for
re-birth. The 4 vitalizing elements: Earth, Air, Fire, Water. Earth is
sterile ; Air is turned to & # 8220 ; brown fog & # 8221 ; ; Fire burns ; Water drowns. The
sexual imaginations are unproductive: sex is present as a lustful
functional device but lacking of the necessary birthrate. Superstitions
are turned to by the society in hunt of the reply in the signifier of
Tarot card cards and faith is a changeless yarn as evidenced by the
repeating Biblical mentions and subjects.
In The Burial of the Dead we see that he gives us an image of
the Earth as unfertile, alternatively of being the foundation of
flora. It is merely a depository for the dead. Earth is the
1st. of the 4 natural elements. These 4 gap lines echo the
& # 8220 ; April & # 8221 ; , & # 8220 ; root & # 8221 ; , & # 8220 ; Lilac/flower & # 8221 ; , and & # 8220 ; rain/shower & # 8221 ; imagination of
the 4 gap lines of The General Prologue of Chaucer & # 8217 ; s
Canterbury Narratives. These lines are reflecting the image of life
and decease. Rain normally nurtures and strengthens workss and sustains
them, but here we see that life even with H2O is easy dying and
blowing off. He subsequently goes on to state that the trees will give no
shelter and the crickets, no alleviation. This line comes from Ecclesiastes
12:5-7: & # 8220 ; Besides when they shall be afraid of that which is high, and
frights shall be in the tungsten
ay, and the Prunus dulcis tree shall boom, and the
grasshopper shall be a load, and want shall neglect: because adult male goeth
to his long place, and the grievers go about the streets. Or of all time the
Ag cord be loosed, or the aureate bowl be broken, or the hurler be
broken at the fountain, or the wheel broken at the cistern. Then shall
the dust return to the Earth as it was: and the spirit shall return
unto God who gave it. & # 8221 ; When he says & # 8220 ; I will demo you fear in a smattering
of dust & # 8221 ; , he once more gives us the image of birth because in the Christian
belief, God made Adam out of!
the dust of the land.
A Game of Chess comes from Thomas Middleton & # 8217 ; s A Game at Chesse,
a controversial Elizabethan drama picturing war between England
and Spain with England as the white pieces and Spain as the
black. In this verse form though, the participants end in deadlock. As
though a window gave upon the silvan scene The alteration of
Philomel, by the brutal male monarch So impolitely forced ; yet there the
nightingale Philomel is the character raped by Tereus and who had her
lingua cut out so that she couldn & # 8217 ; t state. She was turned into a
Luscinia megarhynchos. These few lines represent gender without birthrate, and
how the Earth is so otiose that it can & # 8217 ; t bring forth life any longer.
The Fire Sermon A cardinal characteristic of Bramanical doctrine was the
worship of fire as portion of the Vedic rites. Fire in that
sense was used as cleansing. In this usage it is cleansing the
universe of all immoral things. Fire was the voice of the God
Agni personified by adult male, H2O personified by adult female. In Death
By Water, H2O here doesn & # 8217 ; t give life, it takes life off.
Short, resolute and
uncompromising. Water is the 3rd. of the 4 natural elements. In the
Christian belief H2O is used for baptising. This procedure is like
deceasing in H2O, and being ressurrected into a new life.
In the following chapter this same thing does the Godhead voice here,
boom, reiterating Da! Da! District attorney! that is, restrain yourselves,
spring, sympathise. One should rehearse this same three:
temperateness, giving, sympathy. & # 8221 ; Thunder brings the promise
of rain but fails to supply it. Thunder represents Air, the
4th. of the 4 natural elements.
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