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T. S. Eliot entered the last decade of his monumental career with no lack of energy in pursuing his dramatic and critical writing, completing his final play, The Elder Statesman, and publishing a versatile sequence of canonical essays, including "Goethe as the Sage," "The Politics of Literature," "The Frontiers of Criticism," and "To Criticize the Critic." All the while he was fully engaged in a variety of critical genres, including tributes to international writers and artists in celebration of their careers, such as Picasso, Sylvia Beach, and Paul Claudel; he wrote twelve obituaries for close friends in his literary and publishing life, from Harriet Weaver and Geoffrey Faber to Wyndham Lewis and Louis MacNeice. As a public figure in high demand, he maintained a rigorous schedule of lectures and addresses for English, European, and American audiences; he wrote numerous public letters to editors of papers and journals on literary, church, and civic matters, from cuts to the BBC's Third Programme to the language of the New English Bible. Much critical energy was invested in writing introductions and prefaces to editions and books on French symbolism, Ezra Pound, James Joyce, Katherine Mansfield, Paul Valéry, David Jones, John Davidson, and Hugo von Hofmannsthal. After reading, criticizing, and meditating on the writing of an English poet over the whole of his career, Eliot made him the subject of his final major essay, "George Herbert": "In his poems we can find ample evidence of his spiritual struggles, of self-examination and self-criticism, and of the cost at which he acquired godliness."

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. i-iv
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-x
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  1. Still and Still Moving, 1954-1965, Introduction
  2. pp. xi-xxiv
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  1. Editorial Procedures and Principles
  2. pp. xxv-xxxiv
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  1. Acknowledgments
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  1. List of Abbreviations
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  1. List of Illustrations
  2. pp. xliii-xlvi
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  1. PART I: Essays, Reviews, Addresses, and Public Letters
  1. 1954
  1. Introduction to Literary Essays of Ezra Pound, edited with an introduction by T. S. Eliot
  2. pp. 3-10
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  1. A Message. To the Editor of The London Magazine
  2. pp. 11-13
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  1. On Poetry and Drama
  2. pp. 14-19
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  1. Tribute to Wallace Stevens
  2. pp. 20-21
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  1. Cold War Casualty. To the Editor of The Times
  2. p. 22
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  1. Preface to a Polish translation of Murder in the Cathedral Zabójstwo w katedrze, by T. S. Eliot; trans. Zofia Ilińska
  2. p. 23
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  1. Clemenza per Ezra Pound: Una lettera di T. S. Eliot. To the Editor of Il Mare
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  1. To the Editor of Poetry
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  1. Mrs. Runcie’s Pudding
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  1. A Note on Monstre Gai, by Wyndham Lewis
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  1. Books of the Year Chosen by Eminent Contemporaries [I]
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  1. 1955
  1. The Women of Trachis: A Symposium
  2. p. 37
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  1. Das Theater ist unersetzlich
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Paul Claudel
  2. pp. 42-43
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  1. A Note on In Parenthesis and The Anathemata, by David Jones
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  1. Gordon Craig’s Socratic Dialogues
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  1. Author and Critic
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  1. Goethe as the Sage
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  1. The Literature of Politics
  2. pp. 85-95
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  1. A Letter from Mr. T. S. Eliot. Program for production of Murder in the Cathedral
  2. p. 96
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  1. Mr. Donald Brace. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 97-98
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  1. Homage to Ezra Pound on his 70th Birthday
  2. pp. 99-100
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  1. Address at the E. McKnight Kauffer Memorial Exhibition
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  1. Billy Graham versus M.R.A
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  1. 1956
  1. Preface to Oriya translations of selected poems by T. S. Eliot, trans. Jnanindra Barma
  2. p. 112
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  1. Tribute to Artur Lundkvist
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  1. Fr. Cheetham Retires from Gloucester Road
  2. pp. 114-116
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  1. Poetry and the Schools
  2. pp. 117-118
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  1. Christian Social Thought. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. pp. 119-120
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  1. The Frontiers of Criticism
  2. pp. 121-138
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  1. Fun Fair Tower in Battersea Park. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 139-140
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  1. Kipling and the O.M. To the Editor of The Manchester Guardian
  2. pp. 141-142
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  1. To Save or Not to Save. To the Editor of Time and Tide
  2. pp. 143-144
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Arthur Stuart Duncan-Jones
  2. pp. 145-146
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  1. Brief über Ernst Robert Curtius
  2. pp. 147-151
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  1. Tribute to Ezra Pound
  2. p. 152
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  1. Foreword to Symbolisme from Poe to Mallarmé: The Growth of a Myth, by Joseph Chiari
  2. pp. 153-156
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  1. “Pygmalion.” To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 157-158
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  1. 1957
  1. Das schöpferische Recht des Regisseurs
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  1. An Appeal to our Readers
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  1. The Importance of Wyndham Lewis
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  1. Wyndham Lewis
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  1. Statements on the Nuremberg Trials
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  1. Homage to Wyndham Lewis 1884-1957
  2. p. 174
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  1. Tribute to John Davidson. Quoted in Maurice Lindsay, “John Davidson – The Man Forbid
  2. p. 175
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  1. Classic Inhumanism [I]. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. pp. 176-177
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  1. Classic Inhumanism [II]. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. pp. 178-179
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  1. Speech to the BBC Governors
  2. pp. 180-184
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  1. Johnson as Critic and Poet
  2. pp. 185-224
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  1. Preface to On Poetry and Poets, by T. S. Eliot
  2. pp. 225-227
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  1. The Spoken Word: Address for “Third Programme Entertainment"
  2. pp. 228-230
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  1. Classic Inhumanism [III]. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. pp. 231-232
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  1. 1958
  1. Preface to Oriya translations of Selected Poems by Ezra Pound
  2. pp. 233-234
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  1. Personal Choice: Selected Poems by Metaphysical Poets
  2. pp. 235-242
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  1. The Disembodied Voice. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. pp. 243-244
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  1. Message on Ezra Pound. To the Editor of Books and Art
  2. p. 245
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  1. Preface to My Brother’s Keeper: James Joyce’s Early Years, by Stanislaus Joyce. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Richard Ellmann
  2. pp. 246-248
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  1. Speech on receiving an honorary degree at the University of Rome
  2. pp. 249-254
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  1. B.B.C. Programmes [II]. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 255-256
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  1. B.B.C. Programmes [III]. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 257-258
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  1. The Silver Bough. To the Editor of The Sunday Times
  2. pp. 259-260
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  1. Introduction to The Art of Poetry, by Paul Valéry
  2. pp. 261-274
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  1. Address to the Lands Tribunal: London Library Rating Appeal
  2. pp. 275-278
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Lady Margaret Rhondda. To the Editor of Time and Tide
  2. pp. 279-280
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  1. Letter on Idris Davies
  2. p. 281
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  1. Bishop G. K. A. Bell. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 282-283
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  1. Message to the Hungarian Writers’ Association Abroad
  2. pp. 284-285
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  1. Very Rev. F. P. Harton. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 286-287
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  1. Independent Television. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 288-289
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  1. Books of the Year Chosen by Eminent Contemporaries [II]
  2. pp. 290-392
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  1. 1959
  1. Rudyard Kipling. Address to the Académie septentrionale
  2. pp. 293-311
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  1. Mr. Edwin Muir: Triumph of the Human Spirit. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 312-313
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Bishop G. K. A. Bell
  2. pp. 314-316
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  1. The Unfading Genius of Rudyard Kipling
  2. pp. 317-322
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  1. Foreword to Katherine Mansfield and Other Literary Studies, by J. Middleton Murry
  2. pp. 323-329
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  1. The Panegyric: Memorial Tribute for Father Eric Cheetham
  2. pp. 330-333
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Collin Brooks
  2. pp. 334-338
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  1. Address for opening the Sheffield University Library
  2. pp. 339-343
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Edwin Muir
  2. pp. 344-357
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  1. Response on receipt of the Dante Gold Medal
  2. pp. 358-361
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  1. A Note of Homage to Allen Tate
  2. pp. 362-363
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  1. Letter on Sean O’Casey
  2. p. 364
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Nora Wydenbruck. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 365-366
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  1. Greeting to the Staatstheater Kassel
  2. pp. 367-369
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  1. London Library. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 370-371
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  1. Address at the Centennial Celebration of the Mary Institute
  2. pp. 372-377
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  1. Il grande statista. Una lettera di Eliot e la traduzione del titolo
  2. pp. 378-379
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  1. 1960
  1. To the Editor of Ukraine and the World
  2. pp. 380-381
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  1. Foreword to One-Way Song, by Wyndham Lewis
  2. pp. 382-384
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Adriano Olivetti
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  1. The Influence of Landscape upon the Poet
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  1. Speech at the Royal Academy of Arts dinner
  2. pp. 391-395
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  1. Memorial Tribute for May Lamberton Becker
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  1. Religion in America
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  1. On Teaching the Appreciation of Poetry
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  1. Tribute to Giuseppe Ungaretti
  2. pp. 416-417
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  1. T. S. Eliot Replies [re Cocktail Party]. To the Editor of Encounter
  2. p. 418
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  1. Autobiographical Note: Harvard Class of 1910 Fiftieth Anniversary Report
  2. pp. 419-422
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  1. Mr. Eliot’s Progress. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. pp. 423-424
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  1. Mr. T. S. Eliot. To the Editor of The Sunday Express
  2. p. 425
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  1. Greeting to Landestheater Linz
  2. pp. 426-427
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  1. Wyndham Lewis. To the Editor of The Observer
  2. pp. 428-429
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  1. 1961
  1. Bruce Lyttleton Richmond
  2. pp. 430-433
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  1. Preface to John Davidson: A Selection of his Poems, edited with an Introduction by Maurice Lindsay. With an essay by Hugh McDiarmid
  2. pp. 434-436
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  1. Sir Geoffrey Faber: A Poet among Publishers
  2. pp. 437-441
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  1. Not Consulted: New English Bible [I]. To the Editor of The Sunday Express
  2. p. 442
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  1. Preface to Poems and Verse Plays, by Hugo von Hofmannsthal
  2. pp. 443-444
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  1. New English Bible [II]. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. pp. 445-446
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  1. New English Bible [III]. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. pp. 447-448
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  1. New English Bible [IV]. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. p. 449
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  1. Belief in the Existence of the Devil. To the Editor of The Church Times
  2. p. 450
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  1. New English Bible [V]. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Geoffrey Faber
  2. pp. 453-455
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  1. To Criticize the Critic
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  1. Preface to an Exhibition Catalog for E. McKnight Kauffer
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  1. Mögen Sie Picasso?
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  1. A Note of Introduction to In Parenthesis, by David Jones
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  1. 1962
  1. Memorial Tribute for Harriet Weaver
  2. pp. 482-484
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  1. New English Bible [VI]. To the Editor of The Times
  2. p. 485
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  1. The Rules of English. To the Editor of The Times
  2. p. 486
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Violet Schiff
  2. pp. 487-488
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  1. New English Bible [VII]. To the Editor of The Times
  2. p. 489
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  1. Shakespeare’s Tomb [I]. To the Editor of The Times
  2. p. 490
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  1. Shakespeare’s Tomb [II]. To the Editor of The Times
  2. p. 491
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  1. Tribute to Victoria Ocampo
  2. p. 492
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Sylvia Beach. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 493-495
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  1. Poetry and Criticism [I]. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. p. 496
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  1. Poetry and Criticism [II]. To the Editor of The Times Literary Supplement
  2. p. 497
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  1. George Herbert
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  1. Going into Europe: A Symposium
  2. p. 529
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  1. T. S. Eliot on the Language of the New English Bible [VIII]
  2. pp. 530-536
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  1. 1963
  1. Words and Meaning in the New [English] Bible [IX]. To the Editor of The Sunday Telegraph
  2. p. 537
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  1. Revision of the Prayer Book: New English Bible [X]. To the Editor of The New Daily
  2. pp. 538-539
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  1. Response to the Catholic Book Club Campion Award
  2. pp. 540-541
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  1. The “Cambridge School” and the New Morality. To the Editor of The Church Times
  2. pp. 542-544
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  1. Introduction for the Poetry Book Society’s Festival of Poetry
  2. pp. 545-546
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  1. Landlord’s Identity. To the Editor of The Times
  2. p. 547
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Louis MacNeice. To the Editor of The Times
  2. pp. 548-549
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  1. Anti-Semitism in Russia. To the Director of the 92nd Street Young Men’s and Young Women’s Hebrew Association
  2. pp. 550-551
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  1. A Note on The Tower. Selected Plays and Libretti, by Hugo von Hofmannsthal
  2. pp. 552-553
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  1. 1964
  1. Tribute to Wilfred Owen
  2. p. 554
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Richard Aldington
  2. pp. 555-556
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  1. On Translation: A Note on George Seferis
  2. pp. 557-558
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  1. Memorial Tribute for Aldous Huxley
  2. pp. 559-562
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  1. Split Infinitive. To the Editor of The Daily Telegraph
  2. p. 563
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  1. Preface to Selected Poems: Edwin Muir
  2. pp. 564-567
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  1. Tribute to Georg Svensson on his 60th birthday
  2. p. 568
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  1. Tribute to Mario Praz
  2. p. 569
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  1. A Note on The Criterion 1922-1939
  2. pp. 570-571
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  1. Memorial Tribute for John Fitzgerald Kennedy
  2. p. 572
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  1. Autobiographical Note: Class of 1910 Valedictory Tribute for T. S. Eliot
  2. pp. 573-576
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  1. PART II: Signed Letters and Documents with Multiple Authorship
  1. Copyright Bill. To the Editor of The Times (24 Oct 1956)
  2. pp. 579-580
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  1. A Message to Tito (14 Jan 1957)
  2. pp. 581-582
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  1. Special Duty of the B.B.C.: Future of Sound Broadcasting. To the Editor of The Times (26 Apr 1957)
  2. p. 583
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  1. Hungarian Writers on Trial. To the Editor of The Times (29 Oct 1957)
  2. pp. 584-585
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  1. Letter to Hungarian Prime Minister János Kádár (1 Feb 1958)
  2. pp. 586-588
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  1. B.B.C. Programmes [I]. To the Editor of The Times (19 Feb 1958)
  2. pp. 589-590
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  1. Plan for Memorial to A. H. Bullen. To the Editor of The Times (23 Mar 1960)
  2. p. 591
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  1. Appeal for Little Gidding Church. To the Editor of The Times (26 Nov 1960)
  2. p. 592
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  1. Pilkington Report. To the Editor of The Times (4 July 1962)
  2. pp. 593-594
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 595-622
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  1. Image Plates
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781421418957
Related ISBN
9781421406893
MARC Record
OCLC
1118445015
Pages
688
Launched on MUSE
2019-09-11
Language
English
Open Access
No
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