Eliot Publishes The Letters Of T.S. Eliot. Vol. 1, 1898-1922/edited by Valerie Eliot
Included her are all the significant extant letters Eliot wrote up to age 24 as well as many letters written to him by his family, friends, and contemporaries. There are insights into his struggle to earn a living, care for a wife who was frequently ill, edit a magazine, and become known as a critic and poet. And through the correspondence emerges a memorable view of the social and intellectual milieu before and after World War I.
Valerie Eliot has written a detailed introduction, provided annotations and commentary, and selected numerous photographs of Eliot and his world, many of which have never been shown publicly. All these elements combine to create an exceptional portrait of Eliot in the early years of his personal and professional development -- the closest approximation readers will ever have to an autobiography of the poet.
|Title||Eliot Publishes The Letters Of T.S. Eliot. Vol. 1, 1898-1922/edited by Valerie Eliot||Type of Content||Event|
|Category||[field_event_category][field_quote_category]Writing/Publication||Parent Content||T. S. Eliot|
|Originally Posted||04 Apr 2017||Creator||leah steele|
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