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||'Lectures on the Metaphysical Poetry of the Seventeenth Century', with special reference to Donne, Crashaw and Cowley
||Lectures on Johnson
||Parodies of Publisher's 'blurbs' composed by [T. S. Eliot] for the firm of Faber & Faber
||Notes for a speech at Domum Dinner at Winchester College
||Lectures on English verse
||Education in a Christian Society
||'The Music of Poetry'
||Planning and Religion
||Message broadcast on B.B.C. European Service on the occasion of the liberation of Rome
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The Papers of the Hayward Bequest of T.S. Eliot Material
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Notes, possibly for a speech, possibly concerning poetry only to be read in anthologies. MS. 1 p.
See 'On Poetry and Poets' (1957), pp. 39-40 and A69 in Donald Gallup, 'T.S. Eliot: A Bibliography' (1969).
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