This article from the Independent is a must read:
The two Mrs Eliots
BLAKE MORRRISON [sic]
Sunday, 24 April 1994
Since the death of T S Eliot in 1965, his second wife,
Valerie, has been an exemplary literary widow, fiercely
guarding her husband's estate and turning the editing
of his letters into her life's work. She rarely gives
interviews. But the release of Tom & Viv, a glossy film
about Eliot and his first wife Vivienne, has prompted
her to talk
The article is dated 1994 and so I'm not sure how we could
have missed it other than its only being recently
transcribed for the web. In a search I didn't see this
mentioned in any posts over the last few years.
The URL is quite long (409 characters; it contains the
synopsis above as part of the name) and, although I give it
in full, mail readers may mangle it. I used tinyurl.com to
create an alternative link.
TinyURL was created!
The following URL:
has a length of 409 characters and resulted in the following
TinyURL which has a length of 26 characters: