I’m really pleased to welcome Dr. Anthony Domestico to Old Books with Grace today to chat about modernist poetry including my favorite twentieth-century poet, T.S. Eliot. Warning: this episode is longer than my usual episodes because I lost track of time in my excitement about Eliot, and then, in further excitement about Eliot, I did not want to cut anything out.
Anthony Domestico is chair of the Literature Department at Purchase College, SUNY and the books columnist for Commonweal. His reviews and essays have appeared in The Atlantic, The Baffler, Book Post, the Boston Globe, Lit Hub, the San Francisco Chronicle, and many other places. His book, Poetry and Theology in the Modernist Period, is available from Johns Hopkins.
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