The Letters Of T. S. Eliot Volume 6 1932-1933
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A vivid and personal documentation of T. S. Eliots most crucial years, both in his private and public life.
Despairing of his volatile, unstable marriage, T. S. Eliot, at 44, resolves to put an end to his eighteenyear union with Vivien HaighWood Eliot.
To begin with, he distances himself from her for nine months, from September 1932, by becoming Norton Lecturer at Harvard University. His lectures will be published as The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism1933. He also delivers the PageBarbour Lectures at Virginia After Strange Gods, 1934. At Christmas he visits Emily Hale, to whom he is obviously devoted. He gives talks all over New York, California, Missouri, Minnesota, Chicago and the letters describing encounters with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Edmund Wilson and Marianne Moore a real Gillette blade brim with gossip. High points include the premire at Vassar College of his comic melodrama Sweeney Agonistes 1932. The year was the happiest I can ever remember in my life . . . successful and amusing.
Returning home, he seeks refuge with friends in the country while making known to Vivien his decision to leave her. But he is exasperated when she buries herself in denial: she will not accept a Deed of Separation.
The close of 1933 is lifted when Eliot breaks into Show Business. He is commissioned to write a mammoth Pageant: The Rock. This collaborative enterprise will be the provingground for the choric triumph of Murder in the Cathedral 1935.
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Original, não traduzido para Português