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The T.S. Eliot Society of the United Kingdom has new entries on its
You can visit the news page for details but here is a synopsis.
TSE (UK) points us to:
The “looking-glass temporality” of TS Eliot’s letters to Emily Hale
In a lengthy essay in the London Review of Books, Paul Keegan
explores and has permission to quote extensively from TS Eliot’s
letters to Emily Hale.
In Emily of Fire & Violence, Keegan writes that "One of the
remarkable things about the Hale letters is the way they show
[Eliot’s] more notorious opinions in more nuanced form, his thinking
There is more at the site. TSEUK sends you to bit.l but I send you to
But wait, there is more:
TS Eliot’s Murder In The Cathedral has been reissued in a paperback
by Faber & Faber.
Rare inscribed copy of TS Eliot’s Ash Wednesday
Still nothing new from Frances Dickey. October 6th was her last post.