By C.E. Eckersley, M. Macaulay, Revised by D. K. Swan
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The changing understanding of the relationship between Man and reality Given the above situation, it follows that the modernist understanding of the relationship between Man and reality is radically different from that of mainstream nineteenth-century thinkers and writers. By and large, nineteenth-century thinkers and writers posited, or at least sought to posit, a consonance, correspondence or substantial unity between the logical structure of the material world, the structure of the human logos, and, if they were believers, between those two dimensions and the divine Logos— between what Fokkema and Ibsch called ‘the world of appearances and a higher world of absolute Beauty and Truth’ (p.
153). , Wyndham Lewis’s Tarr, Lawrence’s Gerald Crich, Elias Canetti’s Professor Peter Kien (in Die Blendung (1930–1) (translated as Auto da Fé (1965)), Sartre’s Roquentin and Camus’s Meursault are all characters who have acquired what initially looks like a secure and stable identity by neglecting, repressing, or doing violence to the shifting, spontaneous, natural, unconscious sides of their beings. All are characters who have become over-cerebral, over-confident and/or overconventionalized; who labour under the illusion that they are centaurs in their dragon worlds.
119 In Rilke’s case, this meant the little château at Muzot; in Yeats’s case, the tower in Galway; and in Ball’s case, Montagnola in the Tessin (where he became Hesse’s secretary and biographer) and the certainties of ultra-orthodox Catholicism. Eliot and Pound (whose early thinking about art and poetry, especially in respect of the need for impersonality,120 owed much to Symbolism) expressed a very similar decision in a somewhat different way. After the Great War, both moved backwards in time to associate themselves with a pre-modern consciousness and system of beliefs which, they felt, were free from the uncertainties, instability and sense of meaninglessness which marked the modern age.
Brighter Grammar 2: An English Grammar with Exercises by C.E. Eckersley, M. Macaulay, Revised by D. K. Swan