A Perfectly Foolish Young Man I Wanted Part Two Far Beyond the Borderlands of Scotia/At the Tail End of the Goldhawk Road/The Boy from the Tail End of the Goldhawk Road Book One Darling Fan and a Further Octet of Essays 5. Thomas Stearnes' Pilgrimage to East Coker
The great Anglo-American Modernist poet T.S. Eliot (1888-1965) had strong links to the East Coast, and specifically New England, that most spiritually English of American regions, a distinction it shares with the South, with which Eliot was linked through his mother, the poet Charlotte Champe Stearns, originally from Baltimore in Maryland. Although he was actually born in St Louis, a Midwestern city in which it could be said that the wildly divergent cultures of the North and South, Midwest and East Coast are somehow mysteriously fused.
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