T.S. Eliot has been lauded in this space before. You see, he moved on from the Wasteland and the Hollow Men, and found succor and refreshment in the fields of the Lord. Even when the world he knew was ramping up for, and rent in two by, war, as was the case when he composed the Nobel Prize winning Four Quartets (1936-1942).
Such was the backdrop of the selection I share with you today. [Read more…]