Yes, I think it is. I think it is also very directly about Versailles.
Eliot was very much against the Treaty and impressed by Keynes.
On 4 Dec 2003, at 19:16, Richard Seddon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> In an earlier reply of yours to Michael I understood you to remark that you
> found several of TSE's post WW I poems, specifically including TWL, to
> possibly be war poetry. If I understood you correctly would you include
> "Gerontion" in that group? There is of course the obvious reference to war
> in the poem.
> Rick Seddon
> McIntosh, NM