Question: English & Literature

How does T.S.Eliot present the past shaping the present 'Murder in the Cathedral'?

Murder in the cathedral by T.S.Eliot

In English & Literature | Asked by janki thanki
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In Murder in the Cathedral, eliot brings to mind the convergence of man and the divine. A historical retrospective spanning the life of Christ flows through this work, juxtaposing the modern situation of mankind. This is reflected in the play's theme of the 'flesh' vs the 'spirit'. 

MHood2 | 1480 days ago