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What Tate ironically learned from Hart Crane was that a merely personal vision would not work well enough: that Crane himself could not weld together by vision a split view of America, could not hold together Whitman’s democratic vistas and Poe’s inverted image of the House of Usher. And so “vision,” which is, after all, an aggrandizement of personality, failed. This failure partly accounts for Tate’s concern with the past, for the past came to represent tradition. Tradition itself of course is seen to be significant because of continuities of idea, religion, and purpose in culture—all the things that Dante or Vergil could press into their art.
1 Each reading, in this view, must have its moment, however brief, of illumination. Tate’s essay on his own poem need not be regarded as having done any more than what an extraordinarily gifted critic could do. There must always remain room for another point of view. A technique of which Tate made relatively little use in 29 “Narcissus as Narcissus” is the comparative study of earlier and later versions of the poem. As a poet, he would naturally wish to stress the final form of his expression, and it would be only natural to avoid or even to suppress earlier versions of the poem.
NOTES 1. Selected Poems (New York, 1937), p. ix. 2. “Narcissus as Narcissus,” Collected Essays, p. 250. 3. Mr. Pope and Other Poems, p. 33. 4. Poems, p. 19. —Ferman Bishop. , 1967): 84–93. RADCLIFFE SQUIRES EXPLICATES THE POEM [J. Radcliffe Squires (1918–1993) was Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Michigan. He wrote a number of significant biographical and critical works focusing of 20th-century writers. He is the author of Allen Tate: A Literary Biography, and the editor of an important collection of essays, Allen Tate and His Work, and the editor of Michigan Quarterly Review throughout much of the 1970s.
Allen Tate: Blooms Major Poets: Comprehensive Research And Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets) by Harold Bloom