You sent in excerpts of Carole Seymour-Jones' "Painted Shadow: A Life
of Vivienne Eliot." Okay, she says there that Eliot was a homosexual,
but does she indicate why it is important? And if so, is it to help
us understand Vivienne and her troubles or to understand Eliot's
works? I'm thinking that perhaps she may skip over the second reason
to allow a focus on the first. That would suit the theme of her book
certainly. What do you think?