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[ 1 Autobiographical entry for Who’s Who 19271 ELIOT, Thomas Stearns, M.A.; Editor, The New Criterion; Director, Faber and Gwyer, Ltd.; b. 1888; y.s. of Henry Ware Eliot and Charlotte Chauncey Eliot of St. Louis, U.S.A.; m. Vivien, d. of Charles Haigh HaighWood .Educ.:HarvardUniversity;theSorbonne;MertonCollege,Oxford. Publications: The Sacred Wood, 1920; The Waste Land, 1922; Homage to John Dryden, 1924; Poems 1909-1925, 1925. Address: 57 Chester Terrace, S.W.1. Notes 1. This was TSE’s first autobiographical entry, as printed, for Who’s Who: An Annual Biographical Dictionary with Which Is Incorporated “Men and Women of the Time,” SeventyNinth Year of Issue (London: A. & C. Black, 1927), 903. ...


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