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T. Stearns Eliot
J. Alfred Prufrock

Something upper class about that?

Cheers,
Peter

Loucks, James wrote:

> TSE himself used that moniker before (and maybe once after) settling 
> on TSE.  --  Jim
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> James Loucks, Ph.D.
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> *From:* T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Marcia Karp
> *Sent:* Mon 26-Sep-05 7:07 PM
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> *Subject:* Re: T. Stearns Eliot
>
> "Morris, Craig" wrote:
>
> >Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are
> >images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have
> >read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17
> >year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts.
> > 
> >
>
> Dear Craig,
>     I'm assuming you are the teacher. Why would you want to teach poems
> whose worth you can't demonstrate?  Poems aren't vitamin pills.
>     What about worth reading?
>
>     Where was Eliot ever referred to as T. Sterns Eliot?
>
> Best,
> Marcia
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