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Say widely accepted to be the most voluminous biography and I'll agree.
Otherwise, I prefer Akroyd. Gordon may have more facts, but that's covered
in a hell of a lot more fiction.

Arwin

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> Verzonden: dinsdag 6 maart 2001 22:42
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> Onderwerp: Re: Eliot's letters--Gordon's Biography
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>
> "...says Lyndall Gordon, whose two-volume biography is widely
> accepted as the
> most authoritative version of the life of the American-born
> poet."  (quoting
> from The Sunday Times, as furnished by Pat in her recent e-mail)
>
> Gordon's biography reminds me of the NY Times:  All the news that
> is fit to
> print according to the NY Times.
>
> Eugene Schlnger
>