Reading the private correspondence of a famous person can be reassuring (“I just knew she was like that in her real life!”), upsetting (“How awful he was!), even disorienting (“I never imagined anything like this.”) Reading T.S. Eliot’s letters—or at least those written between 1923-1925—could well stimulate...
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