- Theory of Impersonality in Arts: T.S. Eliot’s theory of Impersonality of Art writers the subject of serious discussion among the writers of the modern age. In his Tradition and Individual Talent, Eliot writers, “the poet has a personality to express but a particular medium, which is only a medium and not a personality…..
- Theory of Objective co-relative: According to him, the poet should transfer his emotions to a set of objects in other words; he should objectify his emotions in a set of objects, a situation, and a chain of events. A good poet, in his view, does this.
- His view of Critic and critic: Eliot does not except any dies sanction between Creation and criticism. Therefore, he does not make any distinction between a creative artist and a critic. In his opinion, the author himself can be the best critic of his work Eliot also recommends fourth qualifications for a critic. He should be sensitive and erudite, should have a sense of his tony and facts, should possess general sing power.
- His limitations: Eliot acts as a judge yet sometimes he ceases to be impersonal while passing judgments. His critical options about Million, Shelley and Lawrence are not fully judicious, they appears to be tinged with personal biased.