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    1. What T.S. Eliot Knew About Himself

      Arts JournalFeb 09 11:09 AM

      “The degree to which a writer shares the prejudices of his family, his class, and his culture is less telling than the degree to which he is ashamed of them. Ezra Pound was defiantly unashamed of his prejudices. Eliot was more than ashamed: he was penitential.”

    2. Pictures & Poems Jazz It Up On Audubon Street

      New Haven IndependentJan 27 05:04 AM

      Ezra Pound famously wrote early in the 20th century that all poetry aspires to be music. But what about other art forms? Do prints and photographs also want to sing?

    3. High almond prices led many California growers to put in new plantings in recent years. Too many, it seems: Oversupply has helped push prices down by about 20 percent.

    4. M-S wrestlers lead strong area contingent

      IlliniHQ.comFeb 06 09:30 PM

      Bulldogs repeat as regional champions. URBANA — Mahomet-Seymour wrestling coach Rob Ledin gave the other coaches at the Class 2A Urbana Regional seeding meeting fair warning. It didn’t matter that 152-pounder Clayton Bell entered the tournament 4-1 overall and 1-1 in varsity matches, nor did it matter that those were the only matches of the freshman’s high school career. read more

    5. Drive anywhere in Central California and you'll find fields of almonds. So many new trees have been planted in recent years that people have begun to wonder whether the growth of the almond industry is unsustainable. It seems like the price of the nut may have met a slippery slope.

    6. Doorstops Galore

      The Wall Street JournalJan 18 12:10 PM

      On the glut of overlong biographies.

    7. Short Menu

      The Trinidad GuardianFeb 09 07:36 PM

      We haven’t spoken in a while and the last few times we’ve met, you’ve spent much time berating me for my Carnival articles. But when I saw your swan on stage (on the news) I stopped and stared at the image for all the time it lasted on screen.

    8. Drive anywhere in Central California and you'll find fields of almonds. So many new trees have been planted in recent years that people have begun to wonder whether the growth of the almond industry is unsustainable. It seems like the price of the nut may have met a slippery slope. It started out with almonds getting a lot of bad press over the last few years. The nut was called out for soaking...

    9. The Original Independent Alliance

      Independent PublisherJan 14 08:42 AM

      Independent publishers face many challenges in today’s market. In order to not only survive, but thrive in tough, changing markets, publishers are adapting in strange new ways.

    10. A Different T.S. Eliot

      New York Review of BooksJan 27 12:34 PM

      Robert Crawford’s Young Eliot , the first volume of a two-part biography, and The Poems of T.S. Eliot , edited and massively annotated by Christopher Ricks and Jim McCue, make it possible to see more deeply than before into Eliot’s inner life, to perceive its order and complexity in new ways, and to recognize that his detractors and his defenders were responding to attitudes that Eliot condemned...

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