On June 3, 1926 T.S. Eliot promised an essay, "<strong>The Contemporary Novel</strong>," to Edmund Wilson at <em>The New Republic</em>. It remained unpublished until now

On June 3, 1926 T.S. Eliot promised an essay, &quot;The Contemporary Novel,&quot; to Edmund Wilson at The New Republic. It remained unpublished until
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On June 3, 1926 T.S. Eliot promised an essay, "The Contemporary Novel," to Edmund Wilson at The New Republic. It remained unpublished until now

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