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A lecture given in Hamburg, 29 Oct. 1949. Duplicated from typescript, manuscript deletions, folio, 16 pp.
Published in (an anonymous) German translation in 'Hamburger Akademische Rundschau', III 11/12 (1950). See D234 in Donald Gallup, 'T.S. Eliot: A Bibliography' (1969).
For a version of this lecture broadcast by the BBC, see HB/H/2/u.
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