Thank You Rick for the manuscripts.
We discussed once in this list Eliot's malicious
remarks on D.H.Lawrence. I even made a few quotes
related to what Eliot calls 'deplorable religious
upbringing' of D.H.Lawrence. This essay (perhaps, the
whole book) is for sure a slur to Eliotís works.
While he seems to me to have shifted his stance from
various other issues he discussed in this book (one of
them probably his Ďanti-semiticí stand), what strikes
me is that he continued to pour venom in whatever he
said about Lawrence.
--- "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> One of the three Page-Barbour lectures that Eliot
> gave at the
> University of Virginia in 1933 is online. In it
> Eliot discusses
> D.H. Lawrence. The lecture was incorporated into
> "After Strange
> What is online is an introduction and a series of 11
> images showing
> the typescript of the lecture.
> The introduction is at "The Virginia Quaterly
> Review" website at URL:
> The anthology, "We Write for Our Own Time"
> (Alexander Burnham, ed.)
> also has a copy of the lecture.
> Rick Parker
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