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Reports from the Emily Hale Archive

In 1956, T. S. Eliot's letters to Emily Hale were sealed and stored at the Princeton University Library. These letters have been the object of speculation for many years. On January 2, they were opened to the public for the first time. Frances Dickey is reading the letters and keeping a running description of their contents on a blog hosted by the Society.

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