Three Writers in Exile: Pound, Eliot & Joyce

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NOTES
1
In an interview with Timothy Wilson in The Observer, February 20, 1972, p. 21, Valerie Eliot explained the best defense against innuendoes and misconceptions about Eliot in recent reviews and unofficial biographies would be an authoritative life. The definitive biography, however, must await Mrs. Eliot's publication of her late husband's letters. In correspondence, she says the first volume of Eliot's letters should appear in 1984 and that, although no official biographer has yet been appointed, she has someone in mind. Mrs. Eliot describes the necessary qualifications for a biographer in The Observer interview cited above.
2
For permission to examine unpublished correspondence of Eliot, I wish to express my thanks to Mrs. Valerie Eliot and the following libraries: the Houghton Library of Harvard University; Princeton University Library; Cornell University Library; Lockwood Memorial Library of the State University of New York at Buffalo, and the Humanities Research Center of the University of Texas at Austin.
3
Thomas Stanley Matthews, Great Tom ( New York: Harper & Row, 1973), p. 2.
4
"American Literature and the American Language," To Criticize the Critic ( London: Faber & Faber, 1965), p. 45.
5
Sir Herbert Read, "T. S. E. A Memoir," in Allen Tate, ed., The Sewanee Review, Eliot Memorial Issue, 74 ( January-March 1966), 35.
6
"Turgenev," The Egoist, 4 ( December 1971), 167.
7
Eliot's Preface to Edgar A. Mowrer's This American World cited by Russell Kirk, Eliot: & His Age: T. S. Eliot's Moral Imagination in the Twentieth Century ( New York: Random House, 1971), p. 25.
8
"The Hawthorne Aspect," The Little Review, 5 ( August 1918), 47-48.
9
Harvard Advocate, Special Eliot Number, 125 ( December 1938), 6.
10
See "The Humanism of Irving Babbitt," "Second Thoughts About Humanism," and Eliot's essay in Frederick Manchester & Odell Shepard, eds., Irving Babbitt: Man & Teacher ( New York: G. P. Putnams Sons, 1941).
11
See Matthews, Great Tom, p. 108.
12
"King Bolo & Others," in Richard March & Tambimuttu, eds., T. S. Eliot: A Symposium ( Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, 1949), p. 21.
13
Stephen Spender, "Remembering Eliot," in Allen Tate, ed., The Sewanee Review, 74 ( January-March 1966), 60.
14
Matthews, p. 34; Herbert Howarth, Some Figures Behind T. S. Eliot ( Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1964), p. 206.
15
Donald Gallup, T. S. Eliot & Ezra Pound: Collaborators in Letters

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • Ezra Pound's Odyssey 23
  • Notes 46
  • T. S. Eliot's Search for Roots 51
  • Notes 75
  • Joyce: the Eternal Return 82
  • Notes 101
  • Index 107
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