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1. T. S. Eliot, Christmas photo­graph by Herbert Vandyk, December 1930, inscribed to his brother Henry Ware Eliot, Jr. In the Henry Ware Eliot T. S. Eliot Collection, MS Am 2560 (191), Houghton Library, Harvard University. 2. Vivien Eliot with dog Polly, Christmas photo­graph by Herbert Vandyk, December 1930, inscribed to Eliot’s sister Marian Cushing Eliot. Theodore Eliot Smith Papers, MS Am 1691.15 (59), Houghton Library, Harvard University. 3. Dust jacket for Pascal’s Pensées, with introduction by T. S. Eliot; published in September 1931; held at the Faber Archive. 4. Cover of Bubu of Montparnasse, by Charles-­Louis Philippe, with introduction by T. S. Eliot; published in March 1932; held at the Faber Archive. 5. Eliot with Vivien at the home of her ­mother, Rose Haigh-­Wood, 3 Compayne Gardens, London, June 1932. © Estate of T. S. Eliot; courtesy of the Mariam Coffin Canaday Library, Bryn Mawr College. 6. Ralph Hodgson and Eliot with their dogs, Picky and Polly, 3 Compayne Gardens, June 1932. © Estate of T. S. Eliot; courtesy of the Mariam Coffin Canaday Library, Bryn Mawr College. 7. Eliot with ­Virginia Woolf and Vivien at Monks House, 2 September 1932, photographed by Leonard Woolf before Eliot’s departure for Amer­i­ca. ­Virginia Woolf Monks House Photo­graph ­Album, MH-3: MS Thr 560 (87), Houghton Library, Harvard University. ­Virginia wrote of the photo in her Diary (4: 123): “behold Tom & Vivienne . . . ​she wild as Ophelia—­alas no Hamlet would love her, with her powdered spots—in white Satin, L[eonard] said; Tom, poor man, all battened down, as usual, prim, grey, making his kind jokes with her.” 8. ­Table of contents, Selected Essays 1917–1932, published si­mul­ta­neously in ­England and Amer­i­ca on 15 September 1932. 9. Eliot and W. B. Yeats at Harvard, December 1932. Photographer unknown. © Estate of T. S. Eliot. 10. Eliot at Washington University, St. Louis, 16 January 1933, for his lecture on Shakespeare. Photographer unknown; printed in the St. Louis Post-­Dispatch on 17 January. 11. Eliot at the New School of Social Research, New York, for his lecture on Edward Lear, 20 April 1933. Photo­graph by Corbis / Bettmann; printed in the New York Herald Tribune on 21 April. 12. Eliot in Randolph, New Hampshire, for a ­family gathering at Mountain View House, 10–16 June 1933. Photo­graph by Henry Ware Eliot, Jr. Theodore Eliot Smith Papers, MS Am 1691.15 (59), Houghton Library, Harvard University. 13. Eliot at lodgings in Frank Morley’s Pike’s Farm, Lingfield, Surrey, ­after returning to ­England, summer 1933. Photo­graph by Frank Morley. © Estate of T. S. Eliot. 14. Cover page of The Criterion: A Quarterly Review, July 1933. From May 1927, the subtitle on the cover of  The Criterion was “A Quarterly Review,” on the title page “A Literary Review.” 15. En­glish Lion. Printed in the Chicago Daily Tribune, 2 December 1933. Theresa Garrett Eliot’s sketch from a snapshot at the ­family gathering in Randolph, New Hampshire, June 1933. 16. Herbert Read in London. Photo­graph by Howard Coster, 1934. © National Portrait Gallery, London. ...