Monday, November 9, 2009

Where did you read T.S. Eliot for the first time?

You may have first read T.S. Eliot in the classroom or as an assignment. You may not even remember where you first read the poet. You probably have not wondered about where the poet did his composition work, although you may have made the pilgrimage to Russel Square. In today's Guardian (November 9, 2009), Stephen Moss shares his visit to the Margate shelter where T.S.E. wrote the third part of The Waste Land.

Stefan Collini reviews the second volume of T.S. Eliot's correspondence in the Guardian (November 7, 2009).