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IPCallaway 5 Jan 17
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Allison Timmins 12 Jul 19
“Here between the hither and the farther shore While time is withdrawn, consider the future And the past with an equal mind.”
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Elizabeth Martin 8 Oct 15
Replying to @NuffieldLibrary
have got me through many dark nights of the soul
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IPCallaway 31 Dec 17
As darkness descends across the land and 2017 draws to a close, the words of from his . .
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Sara Compion 23 Aug 19
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IPCallaway 2 Sep 19
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Rob Floyd 22 Jul 19
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Lincoln Center 7 Nov 11
Interesting fact: T.S. Eliot once asked Groucho Marx for an autograph then became pen pals.
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IPCallaway 4 Jan 18
died today in 1965. "Footfalls echo in the memory/Down the passage which we did not take/Towards the door we never opened/Into the rose garden". .
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Literopedia 25 Sep 19
Remembering on his Birthday!! American-born English Essayist, Poet, Critic, Playwright, Editor & Publisher who was awarded the in 1948. are some of his notable works.
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IPCallaway 5 Jan 17
We are rapidly/rabidly becoming a well read pooch. .
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Clarissa Aykroyd 28 May 19
New on the blog: I went to Pam Tanowitz's modern dance version of TS Eliot's Four Quartets at , & wrote about it here:
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Hannah Millington 17 Mar 19
This week I got my hands on a copy of Eliot’s and have been reading and re-reading them, for each time seems to reveal something new. This passage in particular has lingered in my mind.
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thewisdomtooth 23 Sep 15
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Aida Rocci 24 May 19
What a piece of beauty and emotional resonance at is! Catch it before it closes tomorrow!
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F.T.S.H.D.M Feb 2
An hour of reading TSEliot & then Beethoven thank you
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IPCallaway 6 Dec 17
Book 2 of . 's . Read in conjunction, if memory serves me, with of same. .
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Evalyn 10 Apr 18
A rainy night in transformed when read the by . Irons advice? ‘Do not get upset if you do not understand something—let it go. The they are what they are.’
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Pretty Gonzo 4 Oct 18
Beautiful quote from T.S. Eliot's "Four Quartets" - Happy National Poetry Day from 🍷🐱🙂🍷
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St Paul's Learning 9 Apr 16
'Love is the only metaphor for God that we can use with confidence' Mark Oakley closing our day
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