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That's no reflection on Eliot's poetry for sure, which is my subject here, i.e. how it continues to affect people. 
 
As for Edward Fox's performance, responses could surely vary. Here is another:
 
http://www.johnelkington.com/journal/journal_entry.asp?id=620
 
Regards,
  CR

From: David Boyd <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: vis-a-vis 'Four Quartets'


Just to say, had the opportunity to hear Edward Fox recite Eliot last year, and both I and my companion were very underwhelmed  fine actor sure he is, but not in this regard

david


On 8 September 2011 19:21, Chokh Raj <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

and the legacy endures 
>
>Edward Fox vis-a-vis 'Four Quartets' 
>
>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/theatre/theatre-features/8347703/Edward-Fox-interview-Life-the-universe-and-everything.html 
>
>Where poetry attains to a state of immortality -- 
>and not just the Quartets 
>but all poetry that Eliot chose to publish.
>A perfectionist that he was, 
>he wouldn't be content
>with anything less. 
>
>a humble opinion, of course ;->
>CR