T. S. Eliot thought poets should be scholarly and offer justification for their work. Poets who followed this vision would embrace &ldquo;the <strong>glamour of overwork</strong>&rdquo;

T. S. Eliot thought poets should be scholarly and offer justification for their work. Poets who followed this vision would embrace &amp;ldquo;the glamour of
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T. S. Eliot thought poets should be scholarly and offer justification for their work. Poets who followed this vision would embrace “the glamour of overwork”

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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