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1. Eliot outside offices of Faber & Gwyer, Russell Square. Photograph by Henry Ware Eliot, Jr., March 1926. Henry Ware Eliot Collection of T. S. Eliot, bMS Am 2560 (186), Houghton Library, Harvard University. © Estate of T. S. Eliot 2. Eliot in his Faber & Gwyer office. Photograph by Henry Ware Eliot, Jr., March 1926. Henry Ware Eliot Collection of T. S. Eliot, bMS Am 2560 (187), Houghton Library, Harvard University. © Estate of T. S. Eliot 3. Geoffrey Faber. Photograph by Bassano Ltd., 1927. © National Portrait Gallery, London 4. Henry Ware Eliot Jr. in the 1920s. Photographer unknown. © Estate of T. S. Eliot 5. I. A. Richards. Photograph by Elliott and Fry, 1928. © Estate of I. A. and D. P. Richards 6. Irving Babbitt. Photograph by Louis Fabian Bachrach, 1928 7. For Lancelot Andrewes. Dust jacket, designed by Edward Bawden; held at the Faber Archive. London: Faber & Faber, 1928. © Faber & Faber Ltd 8. Contents of  For Lancelot Andrewes 9. Dante. Dust jacket, designed by Rex Whistler; held at the Faber Archive. London: Faber & Faber, 1929. © Faber & Faber Ltd 10. Letter to William Force Stead, 15 March 1928. © Estate of T. S. Eliot; courtesy of the Osborn Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University 11. Annie Dunn and young Eliot. Photograph by Henry Ware Eliot, Jr., ca. 1895. Henry Ware Eliot Collection of T. S. Eliot, bMS Am 2560 (161), Houghton Library, Harvard University. © Estate of T. S. Eliot 12. Charles Maurras. Photograph by Studio Harcourt, 1937. © Ministère de la Culture /  Médiathèque du Patrimoine, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Art Resource, NY 13. Charles Maurras (second from left) at the printing house of L’Action française, Paris. Photograph by Maurice-Louis Branger, ca. 1925-30. © Maurice-Louis Branger / Roger-Viollet 14. Ramon Fernandez. Photographer unknown, ca. 1930. Courtesy of Agence Meurisse, Paris 15. Julien Benda. Photograph by Henri Martinie, ca. 1930. © Henri Martinie /  Roger-Viollet 16. William Joynson-Hicks, Conservative Party Home Secretary. Photograph by Walter Stoneman, 1925 © National Portrait Gallery, London 17. Broadcast script for “The Tudor Translators,” 1929. © Estate of T. S. Eliot; courtesy of the BBC Written Archives, Caversham 18. Samuel Roth, editor of  Two Worlds Monthly. Photographer and date unknown. Samuel Roth Papers, Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University; courtesy of the Roth Estate 19. Two Worlds Monthly, May/June 1927, with unauthorized publication of “Wanna Go Home, Baby?” and dedication to T. S. Eliot 20. Radclyffe Hall. Photograph by Fox Photos Ltd., 1927. © National Portrait Gallery, London 21. G. B. Shaw, Hilaire Belloc, and G. K. Chesterton. Photographer unknown, 1928; at a debate published as Do We Agree? A Debate between G. K. Chesterton and Bernard Shaw with Hilaire Belloc in the Chair (London: Cecil Palmer, 1928) 22. H. G. Wells. Photograph by M. Boucard, Paris, ca. 1930 ...


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