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Birth:Sep 26 1888
Death:Jan 4 1965
Name:Thomas Stearns Eliot
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Text:"... in no way deserving of his mantle of greatness is at least ent which is more than can truthfully be said of Eliot And yet of the two men Eliot is by far the more talented Why ThomasStearnsEliot chooses..."
Date:Apr 17 1960
Publication:Florence, South Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... StearnsEliotTSEliot as he is known to most students of English literature is a British But he was born in St Louis and tool his college work at Harvard HP holds honorary doctorales from Oxford Cambridge..."
Date:July 10 1964
Publication:Carbondale, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... where the end came last week In this space I have touched upon the great and continuing importance played in my life by ThomasStearnsEliot the writer who spent all his productive years in England I have..."
Date:Sep 22 1989
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... A gate prize will be among many features of the function Ladies day at Rotary Club A programme In memory of ThomasStearnsEliot poet and playwright was by members of the Department of English..."
Date:Feb 19 1965
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... ef THE WASTE LAND 30 years ago ThomasStearnsEliot has been acclaimed by most critics as a poetic a cultural a crusader of the in poetic thought and To many a he has been the great man of 20th Century..."
Date:Feb 3 1952
Publication:Zanesville, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... and the growing insanity of his young wife In 1914 ThomasStearnsEliot left St Louis and sailed for England American actor Keir Dullea describes Eliot's struggle to develop a new poetic style that later produced..."
Date:Feb 19 1973
Publication:Edwardsville, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... and Robert Ford members of his gangi for the 510000 reward THOMASSTEARNSELIOTTSEliot was born in St Louis and received his early education at Smith Academy Harvard University and the Sorbonne After..."
Date:Nov 9 1965
Publication:Jefferson City, Missouri, United States of America
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Text:"... the Sunday morning service and bowed my head before simple monument There jhe stone bears a request to pray for the of ThomasStearnsEliot and two lines head and the foot of the tablet from Bait in Uie Four..."
Date:Dec 17 1969
Publication:Fremont, California, United States of America
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Text:"... and Robert Ford members of his gang for the 510000 reward THOMASSTEARNSELIOTTSEliot was born in St Louis and received his early education at Smith Academy Harvard University and the Sorbonne After..."
Date:Nov 10 1965
Publication:Jefferson City, Missouri, United States of America
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Text:".... Al fred Hollow and the other poems which agitated the literary scena in the 1920s. ThomasStearnsEliot was born Sept. 28, 1888 in St. H was the seventh son of Henry Ware president of the St Louis..."
Date:Jan 5 1965
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... head before Eliot's simple monument There the stone bears a request to pray for the soul of ThomasStearnsEliot and two lines st the head and the foot of the oval tablet from East in the Four In my..."
Date:Dec 8 1969
Publication:Ada, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"... supremely happy At death in London last week of pulmonary emphysema it clear that ThomasStearnsEliot 76 was one of the few major poets of a minor poetic age and far and away the most influential man..."
Date:Jan 15 1965
Publication:Emporia, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... are planned for TSEliot one of the 20th greatest poets Eliot 76 a native of the United States and a British sub- ject since 1927 died at his home in London Monday night Cause of death was not announced Thomas..."
Date:Jan 5 1965
Publication:Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
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Text:"... to his plays his last poem was Four Quartets written in 1943 and his ing house of Faber and Faber But the ThomasStearnsEliot is a happy almost outspoken man the husband of attractive Esme Valerie his..."
Date:Oct 12 1958
Publication:Reno, Nevada, United States of America
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Text:"... Many Authors Quite a number of authors were recently awarded by a number of American colleges universities A Hat printed in Time reveals the were the e Columbia University ThomasStearnsEliot author..."
Date:July 16 1933
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... of freedom and or on the sands of govern mem Taft ThomasStearnsEliot Nobel Laureate T. S. Eliot is dead at the age of 76. Normally a tear is shed on such but perhaps Eliot should go to his grave unwept He..."
Date:Jan 9 1965
Publication:Beckley, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... but able to drift like the sea ThomasStearnsEliotTSEliot Poet Di c 1965 New York Times London ThomasStearnsEliot the uiet gray figure who revolu ionized English poetry died Monday at his home in Lon..."
Date:Jan 5 1965
Publication:Carbondale, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... this establishment roler mart be to instead of Age Threats ThomasStearnsEliot literary critic poet end playwright died at the age of 76 in Britain he had made his home since 1914 Bom in St Louis souri T S adopted..."
Date:Jan 9 1965
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... to yield the way Lawrence D Hunter 2465 First avenue SW LaVerne J Havlik 3052 Center Point prize for literature in 1948 ThomasStearnsEliot one of the greats of modern etry is perhaps best bered for a line..."
Date:Jan 5 1965
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... department ThomasStearnsEliot who is acclaimed as this century's greatest poet uses the structure of a play to emphasize moral issues while entertaining and use of social satire The circumstance is a tail..."
Date:May 7 1965
Publication:Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States of America
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