When T. S. Eliot summed up his life’s work in 1963, two years before he died, it was in a Collected Poems of fewer than 250 pages. But when Christopher Ricks and I published The Poems of T. S. Eliot last year, the two volumes ran to some two thousand pages. Where did the other 1,750 pages come from? What… [read this]
About Jim McCue
Jim McCue is a freelance editor and speaker. The Poems of T. S. Eliot is published in two volumes by Faber & Faber.