The New Yorker
The Paradox to Be Found in T. S. Eliot’s Summer House
By Louis Menand
August 11, 2017
As Eliot scholars it is likely that you only want to read the last few paragraphs as the introductory paragraphs don't really say anything new.
The new director of the T. S. Eliot Foundation, Clare Reihill, who had been in book publishing, has been active in diversifying the objects of the foundation’s largesse.
As you might not expect, the foundation also gives funds to groups that work with refugees.
"It would appear to be for the best that the great majority of people should go on living in the place in which they were born," [Eliot] wrote, in 1943. He was evidently not looking in the mirror when he came up with that thought.