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Eliot

1. George, real name Mary Ann Evans. 1819--80, English novelist, noted for her analysis of provincial Victorian society. Her best-known novels include Adam Bede (1859), The Mill on the Floss (1860), Silas Marner (1861), and Middlemarch (1872)
2. Sir John. 1592--1632, English statesman, a leader of parliamentary opposition to Charles I
3. T(homas) S(tearns). 1888--1965, British poet, dramatist, and critic, born in the US His poetry includes Prufrock and Other Observations (1917), The Waste Land (1922), Ash Wednesday (1930), and Four Quartets (1943). Among his verse plays are Murder in the Cathedral (1935), The Family Reunion (1939), The Cocktail Party (1950), and The Confidential Clerk (1954): Nobel prize for literature 1948

Eliot

Software that animates an algorithm written in C. Developed at the University of Helsinki and running under Unix, a Java version (Jeliot) was later developed. See Jeliot.
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By now, life has changed for both Eliot and the strip; like Val and Joan, the real-life artist has remarried, and her own daughters are grown with families of their own.
Eliot, "The Perfect Critic," in The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism (London: Methuen, 1920), 1-16, pp.
Kirk's book on Eliot makes explicit and endeavors to substantiate a strong claim more modestly adumbrated in his survey of conservative thought: "ours has been the Age of Eliot.
Guest of Honour at the ceremony was Bethany Dyson, whose academy of performing arts has worked closely with the George Eliot Fellowship in the last year.
About that Amurrican culchur: Eliot was born in 1888 into a well-to-do St.
Reached in London by email, Reihill responded to the Gloucester Daily Times saying, ''We are just in the early stages of plans for the Eliot House.
At 16, Newcastle-born Eliot left for the capital to train at the London Contemporary Dance School, after being based at Newcastle's Dance Turn to Page 42
While this latter discussion follows what have become fairly standard lines in Eliot criticism, it is noteworthy that Fleishman spends relatively little time on her debt to Feuerbach, perhaps taking that as sufficiently appreciated.
Eliot's relation to the war is dominated by identification with Jean Verdenal, whose death in 1915 sealed Eliot's estrangement from him, imbuing it with a sense of guilt since Eliot had rejected the confused idealism that compelled him to participate in the war" (20).
Eliot, who was born Marvin Schlossberg, began his six-decade career on radio in the 1940s before transitioning to television in the 1950s.
Many have claimed, with arguable justice, that Pound "created" both Eliot and Hemingway.
Babbitt believed such an education to be under assault by Eliot and others who advocated what Babbitt termed "humanitarianism.