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The T.S. Eliot Society of the United Kingdom has a new entry on its
You can visit the news page for details but here is a synopsis.
TSE (UK) points us to:
TS Eliot, Good and Evil
A newly published essay by Jewel Spears Brooker explores "Good
and Evil in TS Eliot’s Letters to Emily Hale". Professor Brooker
believes that "areas of overlap between Eliot’s letters to Hale
and his contemporaneous class lectures are of the essence in
following his thinking about the nature of evil."
I was not successful in getting to her article but you should be
Also on the TSEUK website is an item that I didn't feel important
enough to announce earlier as it steers you to something that you
most likely have already read.
TS Eliot’s poetry by IA Richards republished from 1926
It is online at the "New Statesman".