Including putting up with accusations of antisemitism.
Peter M.

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On 4/4/2014 10:35 AM, Materer, Timothy J. wrote:
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Eliot did seem to get on far better with acolytes (eg Anne Ridler with The Criterion and, later, with Valerie) than with those who stood up to him.
Eliot got on extremely well with two of the most cantankerous figures in literary history, Ezra Pound and Wyndham Lewis. His loyalty to Lewis (reviewing his late fiction, sitting for a second portrait) was remarkable.

    Well, and speaking of The Criterion, not to mention the yeoman's job he did as editor, working well with and publishing a wide variety of talents and tempers and views that would not necessarily have been his first choice for coffee and baked goods...



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