|<-- See earlier|
||Presidential Address to the Alliance Française
||Address to members of the London Library
||'The Publishing of Poetry'
||David Jones: a talks feature
||Address on Braille for the Blind
||'Scylla and Charybdis'
||'Poetical and Prosaic Use of Words'
||'How much sense does T. S. Eliot make?'
||Memorandum on the proposed publication of 'The Cocktail Party' in the magazine 'Go'
||Introduction by J.D. Hayward to a work by Turgenev
|See later -->||
The Papers of the Hayward Bequest of T.S. Eliot Material
||'Poetry and Drama': Theodore Spencer Lecture
||14 Nov. 1950–21 Nov. 1950
|Extent and Medium
||1 volume; paper
|Content and context|
Two typescript drafts, both corrected, pp. 23 and 56. This file also includes a letter from Mrs. Theodore Spencer to T.S. Eliot about the Lecture, 14 Nov. 1950.
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