Illustration by Kathryn Rathke
TS Eliot, 50 years on
TS Eliot, once a subversive outsider,
became the most celebrated poet of the 20th century
– a world poet, who changed the way we think.
Yet, fifty years after his death,
we are still making new discoveries about him
Saturday 10 January 2015 09.00 GMT
Emily Hale and T.S. Eliot in a 1946 photo in Dorset, Vt.
A sealed trove of Eliot’s letters to Hale
has loomed large in scholars’ minds for half a century.
Princeton University Library, via Associated Press
The Love Letters of T.S. Eliot:
New Clues Into His Most Mysterious Relationship
Fifty years after the death of Eliot’s purported muse,
Princeton has unveiled hundreds of passionate
— and deeply revealing — letters the poet wrote to her.
T. S. Elliot
Writer T. S. Eliot working at his desk.
Date taken: January 18, 1944
Photographer: Bob Landry
Dear Mrs Eliot...
The Guardian Review p. 5 29 January 2005
T.S. Eliot 1888-1965
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