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Fair enough although he had Jews in his company but seems to have not 
quite managed to take them in his stride.
Am I right in remembering that with regard to this vignettte  he was in 
fact invited out but did not see it as a romantic overture. Perhaps he 
was striding too purposefully.

Cheers Pete
On 10/4/2013 11:55 AM, Carrol Cox wrote:
> Peter D: " And Nancy I agree there is no shame in people meeting where  and
> how they can which only changed recently in my neck of the woods.  But I
> wonder what Eliot thought."
>
> Given the number of homosexuals and lesbians among Eliot's acquaintance and
> among the "modernists" in general, I would assume Eliot took it quite in his
> stride. I doubt very much that he would have sneered at Keynes or Woolf. I
> don't know what CR said on this and have no interest in knowing.
>
> Carrol
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