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TS Eliot

Nobel Prize-winning modernist poet most widely known for The Wasteland as well as the Love Music of J. Alfred Prufrock. His later on works are the Hollow Males and Murder within the Cathedral. He was the final child created to Henry Ware Eliot and Charlotte Champe Stearns, both of whom had been within their mid-forties during his delivery. He graduated from Harvard University with a level in beliefs. His unhappy relationship to Vivienne Haigh-Wood started in 1915. Pursuing Haigh-Wood’s institutionalization and following death, Eliot wedded Esme Valerie Fletcher. In his youngsters, Eliot was a voracious audience of the functions of Tag Twain.

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