I think it started in 1919 or so, so some of it will be decopyrightafied.
when I had access to it in what is now the British Library, no
copying resources were available. I actually copied out some of them by
Not willing to type them in now.
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From: "Ken Armstrong" <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: source for eliot essay
> The Criterion here is socked away in our library's annex, at the edge of
> town, the journal itself not easily perusable in helpings of more than two
> or three volumes at a time. Wonder if anyone's thought to put it on DVD?
> Or, if it's out of copyright, a volume a year on CD? Any rumors? Has this
> come up here before? What do they say is the first thing to go?
> Ken A.
> At 07:01 PM 4/3/2007, Peter Montgomery wrote:
> >Every issue of the Criterion had a sort of editorial section,
> >unsigned, by Eliot. lots of fascinating goodies.You might try there.
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