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The New Statesman also has an interview with Kevin Davey under the title "TS Eliot was far more than the sum of his prejudices." 
https://www.newstatesman.com/culture/books/2017/11/kevin-davey-ts-eliot-was-far-more-sum-his-prejudices

Regards,
   Rick Parker


On Sat, 4 Nov 2017 03:11:19 +0000, Chanan Mittal <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>*Playing Possum*
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>Kevin Davey
>Aaaargh! Press, 185pp, £9.99
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>A review
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>*Playing Possum: a modernist caper infused with the spirit of TS Eliot*
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>Leo Robson
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>New Statesman
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>2 November 2017
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>“As the title indicates, we have always known Eliot had his playful side –
>that he could invent a Macavity and Prufrock, inspire a Lloyd Webber no
>less than a Lowell. Davey enlarges our sense of Eliot by revealing these
>appetites not as amusingly paradoxical but continuous and coherent, the
>possessions of a single man, and by promoting his vision of Eliot not by an
>act of critical revisionism, another article, but in the form of a
>loose-limbed, farraginous postmodern caper that has been written in
>accordance with his spirit.”
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>https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.newstatesman.com/culture/books/2017/11/playing-possum-modernist-caper-infused-spirit-ts-eliot%3Famp
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>CR
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