Eliot's seems to have thought rather highly of the '''twit''' - highly
welcome him to Faber. And there's no telling what Plath's poetry would have
looked like if she hadn't met the '''twit'''.
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Subject: Re: Definition of art (Sylvia)
> Sylvia leaves everyone in the dust. She was Eliot's heir . . . too bad
> was married to that twit.
> Did Eliot have an opinon of her?