Follow the link below and you will find interesting details of TSE's books including photos of first-editions and TSE's inscriptions. I cound't find a picture of TSE's own bookplate however. I think Jennifer is right about the family motto being included in te bookplate. Note the hefty price for the Liveright edition of TWL! -- Jim
From: Jennifer Formichelli [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Mon 20-Sep-04 10:19 AM
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Subject: Re: Eliot's bookplate?
Eliot's bookplate featured an elephant, actually, and I believe (though
I may be mistaken) the family motto; the elephant being meant to
represent memory of course.
I doubt very much this one is authentic; it's not just the naked woman,
but TSE never phrased his name THO after about 1910 or so, to my
On Monday, September 20, 2004, at 03:40 AM, Rickard A. Parker wrote:
> There is a bookplate claimed be one of Eliot's up for bid on eBay (I
> don't want it so if you are interested you won't be bidding against
> I am curious though as to whether it is authentic. Has anyone seen
> in a book of Eliot's? It shows a naked woman.
> Rick Parker