You write: "And everyone waits in
line. He probably became a British citizen because the class system in
Britain lasted longer and had more influence than in
Let me correct you. First of all,
no one in Britain 'waits in line'. They queue up.
Secondly, the fact that the class
system lasted longer in Britain is simply not true. (nor do you, as usual,
produce any facts to substantiate your, as usual, widely unacceptable
conclusions). The British class system is also a much different thing
than the American one. I am not aware that either is deceased. And I rather
think there was more to Eliot's decision to take British nationality.