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Joseph Chiari first met T. S. Eliot in 1943 when de Gaulle appointed him as cultural and political envoy to the Free French organisation in Scotland. Their friendship deepened and remained close until Eliot's death in 1965. This short but moving and sympathetic memoir of Eliot the man, has been approved by his widow and is one of the few written by a close friend since the poet's death. With previously unpublished photographs.
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Joseph Chiari was born in Corsica and has lived in Great Britain since 1940; he is a Docteur-es-Lettres and author of some three dozen books of literary criticism, philosophy and poetry and has taught at the universities of London and Manchester.
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