I read this because of the lecture series by this author as a Professor for The Teaching Company, Literary Modernism. The lecture series was great, and this book overlapped some but was mostly new, mostly great, and very good material overall. Very dense writing, I spent five minutes staring at some pages re-reading sentences over and over. This probably isn't the best intro to T.S. Eliot, which is how I'm mainly using it, but the Eliot that this guy is writing about, the author certainly knows well.
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