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The Classics and the Man of Letters.
Oxford University Press 1942. FIRST EDITION: Pp.28. Bound in printed card wraps. Inscribed and signed by the author, to a priest; Father Philip Bacon (a member of the St. Stephen's Clergy which Eliot joined, Bacon was one of two clergymen credited with having a great influence on Eliot's religious life and was in fact Eliot's personal confessor), on the upper cover. This is the poet's Presidential Address delivered to the Classical Association on 15th April 1942. Near fine condition, slight sunning to the extremities resulting in fading to the pale blue wraps, strong bright and handsome.
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