By Hugh Kenner
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50 "WITHOUT INVENTION" William Carlos Williams, 1 9 ~ 6 Without invention nothing is well spaced, unless the mind change, unless the stars are new measured, according to their relative positions, the line will not change, the necessity 3. the constellations are gradually drifting out of shape. The Image: What the Words Actually Name Useful Terms LADY CAPULET. 51 51 Ay, sir; but she will none, she gives you thanks. I would the fool were married to her grave! From PRELUDES T. S. Eliot, 1910 15 From Romeo and Juliet, 111, v T h e winter evening settles down With smell of steaks in passageways.
2. "WITHOUT INVENTION" William Carlos Williams, 1946 Without invention nothing is well spaced, unless the mind change, unless the stars are new measured, according to their relative positions, the line will not change, the necessity 3. the constellations are gradually drifting out of shape. 52 Useful Terms The Image: What the Words Actually Name will not matriculate: unless there is a new mind there cannot be a new line, the old will go on repeating itself with recurring deadliness: without invention nothing lies under the witch-hazel bush, the alder does not grow from among the hummocks margining the all but spent channel of the old swale, the small foot-prints of the mice under the overhanging tufts of the bunch-grass will not appear: without invention the line will never again take on its ancient divisions when the word, a supple word, lived in it, crumbled now to chalk.
Questions I . Is the language as precise as Shakespeare's, or does it merely give an impression of precision? How much does Tennyson make you see? Does "When merry milkmaids click the latch" present as definite a picture as "And maidens bleach their summer smocks"? " Do Shakespeare's creatures do anything of the kind'; 2. W h y the repetition in lines 4-5 and I 1-12? Does it gain an effect? T h e same effect each time? Are the lines difficult to read aloud convincingly? Is Tennyson more self-conscious ahout using words, less aware of the matter he is presenting?