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From: Diana Manister
Eliot's memorial essay for Virginia Woolf was distant and reticent. He
damned her work with faint praise, and did not even acknowledge her
generosity towards him and others. I thought it most ungrateful and
tight-assed of him. What a cold fish. Did you see where I mentioned that he
said in Woolf's presence that no one should bother writing novels after
Joyce? That was either hostile or obtuse. Diana
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And then there was Percy Wyndham Lewis' essay on her in his book
MEN WITHOUT ART.

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