T. S. Eliot is perhaps the most influential literary critic of the twentieth century. "Tradition and the Individual Talent" has opened a new way of thinking in literary criticism and it is not considered to be one of the must read texts about literally criticism. I read it the other day. Here, idiot has talked a lot about and a poet conforming to a tradition. If you’d think that tradition is a positive thing and we should have a positive outlook towards it. He strongly disagrees with William Wordsworth about the poetic process.
When Eliot talks about tradition, he mainly indicates the tradition of
What do you think?