Yet, I think, 1989, London theatre, I found his recitation of TWL most haunting, and he had look of TSE, which made it more enthralling. He was joined by Eileen Aitkens and Michael Gough (who actually forgot the word etherised when reading Prufrock).
As it happens, I was in Whitley Bay, briefly, two weeks ago, and would have been delighted to catch his performance - or any other - this once delightful resort has been in decline for some years, although I believe there are plans to revive it.
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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
On 8 September 2011 19:21, Chokh Raj <[log in to unmask]>
and the legacy endures
Edward Fox vis-a-vis 'Four Quartets'
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 ;->
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