• Le Directeur (2015) (live) - Alexandros Gkonis/ T.S. Eliot

    Le Directeur (composition by Alexandros Gkonis) 14.12.2015 Korzo Theater (The Hague, NL) T.S. Eliot: lyrics Aurélie Lierman: voice Alejandro Farina Martin: clarinet

    published: 18 Dec 2015
  • Kytopia Sessions: The T.S. Eliot Appreciation Society - Ocean

    Recorded live on May 15th 2016 at Kytopia, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Camera: Geert Verhoeff, Harold van der Kamp, Jeroen Soeterik, Lotte van Leengoed en Paul van Dorsten. Audio: Mark van Bavel Edit: Geert Verhoeff http://www.kytopia.nl http://www.3voor12utrecht.nl http://www.staplab.nl

    published: 07 Sep 2016
  • 10. T.S. Eliot

    Modern Poetry (ENGL 310) with Langdon Hammer The early poetry of T.S. Eliot is examined. Differences between Pound and Eliot, in particular the former's interest in translation versus the latter's in quotation, are suggested. Eliot's relationship to tradition is considered in his essay, "Tradition and the Individual Talent." The early poem, "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" is read, with emphasis on the poem's resistance to traditional forms and its complicated depiction of its speaker's fragmentary consciousness. 00:00 - Chapter 1. The Use of Quotations in Poetry 10:32 - Chapter 2. An Introduction to T. S. Eliot 25:00 - Chapter 3. T. S. Eliot Poem: "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://oyc.yale.edu Th...

    published: 06 Dec 2012
  • T. S. Eliot reads "Journey of the Magi"

    Check out my Twitter feed at https://twitter.com/bob_toomey. A rare recording taken from a live interview T. S. Eliot did for the BBC, broadcast during World War II. The original audio was pretty bad, but I cleaned it up as best I could. The thing that comes through most clearly is that nobody reads Eliot like Eliot.

    published: 15 Sep 2009
  • The Waste Land (Het Barre Land) - T. S. Eliot

    Live stream recording - 2014-11-11 - [English + Dutch] - (video also at http://vimeo.com/debalie/tseliot ) T.S. Eliots legendarische gedicht The Waste Land is alweer bijna een eeuw oud en fascineert nog mateloos. De dichter neemt je mee, van Dante’s Inferno naar de met peuken bezaaide oever van de Theems, nu eens in archaïsche taal, dan weer in plat cockney. Hij springt van fragment naar fragment, van gruwelen naar ijdelheden en weer terug, zoals wij tegenwoordig door een krant bladeren of door een Facebookfeed scrollen. De dood van een wereldbeeld, zeiden commentatoren, het einde van de grote verhalen. Maar welke diagnose stelt Eliot precies in misschien wel het beste gedicht ooit? En wat als die ook voor ons geldt? Terwijl heel Europa het einde van de Eerste Wereld herdenkt, kijken wi...

    published: 11 Nov 2014
  • T.S. Eliot - The Waste Land set to music by Anthony Burgess

    Filmed Live at The International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester 28th February 2014 The Waste Land Words by T.S. Eliot Music by Anthony Burgess (European première) Jonathan Best narrator Rebecca Lea soprano Elaine Tyler-Hall director Conrad Marshall flute Adrian Wilson oboe Richard Casey piano Jennifer Langridge cello Joe Reiser sound and lighting technician A collaboration between The International Anthony Burgess Foundation and Psappha ‘The Waste Land is a miraculous mediator between the hermetic and the demotic. It is, curiously when one considers the polyglot learning it carries, essentially a popular poem, outgoing rather than ingrown, closer to Shakespeare than to Donne. It was Pound who said that music decays when it moves too far away from the dance, and...

    published: 06 Apr 2015
  • T.S. Eliot reads: The Waste Land

    Find the words at: http://www.bartleby.com/201/1.html

    published: 02 Aug 2013
  • Journey of the Magi by T.S. Eliot; Live [BassOratory© by !mm]

    Le MotMista (L.Michael McNab) orates T.S. Eliot [Journey of the Magi] scored for his Bass. BassOratory… ©2016, !mm (L.Michael McNab)

    published: 03 Mar 2016
  • Great people, Nobel prize winners about God Part 30 Thomas Stearns ELIOT

    1. «Worst of all, when Christianity is preached not because it is true, but because what can bring some benefit». (Eliot, «the Idea of a Christian society» - The Idea of a Christian Society, 1988). «Defending the truth of Christianity, some make emphasis on the fact that Christianity serves as the Foundation of morality, although to start would be with the fact that the need for Christian morality of the truth of Christianity. Such a shift is very dangerous ». (Eliot 1988, The Idea of a Christian Society). 2. «I do not think that the culture of Europe could survive, if the Christian faith completely degraded. I am convinced this is not only because a Christian, but also because a student of social biology. If Christianity will live, you will live the rest of our culture». (Eliot 1967, 200)...

    published: 26 Jan 2013
  • T.S. Eliot Reads: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

    published: 07 Dec 2011
  • Arena - T.S. Eliot - Part 1 (BBC)

    A biography/documentary on T.S. Eliot

    published: 12 Dec 2009
  • T S Eliot reads his Four Quartets

    Tommy Eliot!!!? From Saint Lou!!? THE Tommy Eliot!? Man, have youse changed.

    published: 08 Nov 2011
  • My Life in Verse - Robert Webb

    Robert Webb reads part of TS Eliot's The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, from BBC's My Life in Verse.

    published: 13 Oct 2009
  • T.S. Eliot - The Waste Land

    Read by Eliot, Ted Hughes, Lia Williams. Produced by BBC 4.

    published: 30 May 2011
  • FUTO - "T.S. Eliot" live @ Caledonia Lounge 1/5

    Patrick Brick debuts his new solo set on January 15th, 2013 at the Caledonia Lounge in Athens, GA. Catch him next wednesday the 23rd @ GO BAR in Athens! proud of you www.facebook.com/futopoop www.futo.bandcamp.com www.patrickbrick.bandcamp.com * * * * * * * * * www.MarchingBananaRecords.com www.facebook.com/marchingbananarecords www.twitter.com/marchingbanana

    published: 17 Jan 2013
  • T.S. Eliot

    T. S. Eliot is perhaps best known for his clever verse made popular in the musical, “Cats!” But his extensive writings were acknowledged in a 1948 Nobel Prize for Literature! In 1927 Eliot was confirmed in the Church of England. But it was in 1930 with his poem, “Ash Wednesday,” after he became an Anglican, that his poems included biblical references, including the quote “shall these bones live?” from Ezekiel 37. Eliot believed his “finest” achievement was his religious poem, “Four Quartets”—with broad themes of inspiration from the Bible. In an allusion to Acts 2 he wrote: “The dove descending breaks the air with flame of incandescent terror. . .” And his 1927 poem, “Journey of the Magi,” is based on the story of the magi traveling to worship Jesus found in the Gospel of Matth...

    published: 03 May 2017
Le Directeur (2015) (live) - Alexandros Gkonis/ T.S. Eliot

Le Directeur (2015) (live) - Alexandros Gkonis/ T.S. Eliot

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  • Duration: 7:22
  • Updated: 18 Dec 2015
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Le Directeur (composition by Alexandros Gkonis) 14.12.2015 Korzo Theater (The Hague, NL) T.S. Eliot: lyrics Aurélie Lierman: voice Alejandro Farina Martin: clarinet
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Kytopia Sessions: The T.S. Eliot Appreciation Society - Ocean

Kytopia Sessions: The T.S. Eliot Appreciation Society - Ocean

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  • Duration: 4:56
  • Updated: 07 Sep 2016
  • views: 540
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Recorded live on May 15th 2016 at Kytopia, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Camera: Geert Verhoeff, Harold van der Kamp, Jeroen Soeterik, Lotte van Leengoed en Paul van Dorsten. Audio: Mark van Bavel Edit: Geert Verhoeff http://www.kytopia.nl http://www.3voor12utrecht.nl http://www.staplab.nl
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10. T.S. Eliot

10. T.S. Eliot

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  • Duration: 49:47
  • Updated: 06 Dec 2012
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Modern Poetry (ENGL 310) with Langdon Hammer The early poetry of T.S. Eliot is examined. Differences between Pound and Eliot, in particular the former's interest in translation versus the latter's in quotation, are suggested. Eliot's relationship to tradition is considered in his essay, "Tradition and the Individual Talent." The early poem, "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" is read, with emphasis on the poem's resistance to traditional forms and its complicated depiction of its speaker's fragmentary consciousness. 00:00 - Chapter 1. The Use of Quotations in Poetry 10:32 - Chapter 2. An Introduction to T. S. Eliot 25:00 - Chapter 3. T. S. Eliot Poem: "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://oyc.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2007.
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T. S. Eliot reads "Journey of the Magi"

T. S. Eliot reads "Journey of the Magi"

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  • Duration: 2:26
  • Updated: 15 Sep 2009
  • views: 77435
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Check out my Twitter feed at https://twitter.com/bob_toomey. A rare recording taken from a live interview T. S. Eliot did for the BBC, broadcast during World War II. The original audio was pretty bad, but I cleaned it up as best I could. The thing that comes through most clearly is that nobody reads Eliot like Eliot.
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The Waste Land (Het Barre Land) - T. S. Eliot

The Waste Land (Het Barre Land) - T. S. Eliot

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  • Duration: 1:21:01
  • Updated: 11 Nov 2014
  • views: 257
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Live stream recording - 2014-11-11 - [English + Dutch] - (video also at http://vimeo.com/debalie/tseliot ) T.S. Eliots legendarische gedicht The Waste Land is alweer bijna een eeuw oud en fascineert nog mateloos. De dichter neemt je mee, van Dante’s Inferno naar de met peuken bezaaide oever van de Theems, nu eens in archaïsche taal, dan weer in plat cockney. Hij springt van fragment naar fragment, van gruwelen naar ijdelheden en weer terug, zoals wij tegenwoordig door een krant bladeren of door een Facebookfeed scrollen. De dood van een wereldbeeld, zeiden commentatoren, het einde van de grote verhalen. Maar welke diagnose stelt Eliot precies in misschien wel het beste gedicht ooit? En wat als die ook voor ons geldt? Terwijl heel Europa het einde van de Eerste Wereld herdenkt, kijken wij naar Eliots beeldschone commentaar op de periode van desillusie die volgde. We laten Eliot ons een wereld tonen die aan scherven ligt. Bovendien kijken we naar onze eigen tijd. We zijn maar al te bekend met sterk gemonteerde, fragmentarische beelden; flarden van nieuws, meningen en verhalen. Wellicht kunnen we iets van onszelf herkennen in Eliots dichtregels. Samen met academici en kunstenaars pakken we de scherven van Eliot weer op; we onderzoeken hun betekenis en trekken conclusies over het nu. En bovenal gaan we genieten van een prachtig stuk literatuur. Tijdens dit programma geeft dr. Jane Lewty een stoomcursus in het begrijpen van Eliot. Vervolgens zullen Xander van Vledder en Linde van den Heuvel een theatrale lezing van The Waste Land houden onder regie van Nina Spijkers. Ter afsluiting geeft Jaïr Stranders een slotcommentaar. http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/programma/the-waste-land/e_9757081/p_11677998/ http://www.debalie.nl
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T.S. Eliot - The Waste Land set to music by Anthony Burgess

T.S. Eliot - The Waste Land set to music by Anthony Burgess

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  • Duration: 46:00
  • Updated: 06 Apr 2015
  • views: 1046
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Filmed Live at The International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester 28th February 2014 The Waste Land Words by T.S. Eliot Music by Anthony Burgess (European première) Jonathan Best narrator Rebecca Lea soprano Elaine Tyler-Hall director Conrad Marshall flute Adrian Wilson oboe Richard Casey piano Jennifer Langridge cello Joe Reiser sound and lighting technician A collaboration between The International Anthony Burgess Foundation and Psappha ‘The Waste Land is a miraculous mediator between the hermetic and the demotic. It is, curiously when one considers the polyglot learning it carries, essentially a popular poem, outgoing rather than ingrown, closer to Shakespeare than to Donne. It was Pound who said that music decays when it moves too far away from the dance, and poetry decays when it neglects to sing. The Waste Land sticks in one's mind like a diverse recital performed by a voice of immense variety but essentially a single organ: it sings and goes on singing.’ Anthony Burgess ‘IMMENSE. MAGNIFICENT. TERRIBLE.’ This 1922 review of The Waste Land articulates the enduring challenge of the poem more than ninety years later. The most significant and influential English-language poem of the twentieth century, it draws on a multitude of literary, philosophical, religious and, importantly, musical allusions to form a disorientating new whole. Fractured and fragmentary, Eliot’s aesthetic response to what he felt was a desperately atomised culture is above all a poem of voices. These voices span millennia and nations, encompassing the tragedies of classical antiquity, the ritual chants of the Upanishads, and the vernacular of London pubs and typing pools. The degree to which the poem truly epitomises spiritual, political, and cultural malaise is still an open question, and its undeniable power lies in its expression of urban modernity as at once sterile, vertiginous and alienating. © Martyn Hampton
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T.S. Eliot reads: The Waste Land

T.S. Eliot reads: The Waste Land

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  • Duration: 26:02
  • Updated: 02 Aug 2013
  • views: 102931
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Find the words at: http://www.bartleby.com/201/1.html
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Journey of the Magi by T.S. Eliot; Live [BassOratory© by !mm]

Journey of the Magi by T.S. Eliot; Live [BassOratory© by !mm]

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  • Duration: 5:24
  • Updated: 03 Mar 2016
  • views: 26
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Le MotMista (L.Michael McNab) orates T.S. Eliot [Journey of the Magi] scored for his Bass. BassOratory… ©2016, !mm (L.Michael McNab)
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Great people, Nobel prize winners about God Part 30 Thomas Stearns ELIOT

Great people, Nobel prize winners about God Part 30 Thomas Stearns ELIOT

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  • Duration: 5:39
  • Updated: 26 Jan 2013
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1. «Worst of all, when Christianity is preached not because it is true, but because what can bring some benefit». (Eliot, «the Idea of a Christian society» - The Idea of a Christian Society, 1988). «Defending the truth of Christianity, some make emphasis on the fact that Christianity serves as the Foundation of morality, although to start would be with the fact that the need for Christian morality of the truth of Christianity. Such a shift is very dangerous ». (Eliot 1988, The Idea of a Christian Society). 2. «I do not think that the culture of Europe could survive, if the Christian faith completely degraded. I am convinced this is not only because a Christian, but also because a student of social biology. If Christianity will live, you will live the rest of our culture». (Eliot 1967, 200). 3. «The most convincing proof of Christianity for non - believers, not logical arguments in favor of our faith, as the embodiment of our belief in life.» (Quoted in: Draper 1992, No. 599). 4. In the poem «the Stone» (1934) Eliot puts under doubt the so-called «achievements» of the century information and high technologies: «The endless cycle from idea to action The endless search for and открытья Give knowledge of the motion, but not of peace; Knowledge of the speech, but not безмолвья, Knowledge of the words and ignorance of the Word. Knowledge brings us closer to our ignorance, Ignorance leads us closer to death, Closer to death, not closer to GOD. Where is the Life we have lost in living? Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information? The cycles of heaven for twenty centuries Farther from GOD and closer to the Dust. (Eliot, «Stone», 1934, A translation. Sergeeva). 5. «GOD, will I bring these gifts You? Shall we not bring in your service all our strength For the sake of the life, dignity, grace, order And intellectual pleasures of the senses? GOD-the Creator wants us to do And they brought the creation, in service all Him, And this is already His and creation». (Eliot, «Stone», 1934, A translation. Sergeeva). (Quoted in: Poetry and Belief in the Work of T.S. Eliot by K. Smidt, 1961, p. 55; see also Michael - Caputo, God is Seen through the Eyes of the Greatest Minds, 2000, 116). 6. In the work «the Idea of a Christian society» (1939) T. Eliot wrote: «We must refer to Christianity with a much greater intellectual respect than is customary today. We must remember first of all about the influence of Christianity on the human mind, and not on the senses. Yes, the implications of this are too serious, and so for many unacceptable. Because if the Christian faith is not only at the level of the senses, but also at the level of thought, practical the results can be very inconvenient». (Eliot 1988, Ch. I, p. 6). 7. «I think that the biggest difference between people is a difference between those who accepts the Christian revelation and those, who denies it». (Quoted in: Yancey 1999, 88). «We live in a corrupt time, the whole of modern literature spoiled atheism». (Quoted in: Ozick 1989, 151). 8. «What people love the Church? She tells about the Life and Death: they would be willing to forget about them. She is tender, where they would be hard, and hard where they want to softness. (Eliot, «Stone», 1934, A translation. Sergeeva). 9. Eliot so depicts the sad picture of the XX century: «Decent ungodly men: From them there was one asphalt road And a thousand lost Golf balls Golf». (Eliot, «Stone», 1934, A translation. Sergeeva). 10. «The company has ceased to be Christian, when left of religious ceremonies, when behaviour ceases to be Christian principles and when this leaves one desire - to prosperity of the person or group of people in this world.» (Eliot 1988, Ch. I, pp. 9-10). 11. In the book «Christianity and culture» (1948) T. Eliot stated: «Unlimited industrialism creates a community of people of all classes; they are alienated from the traditions, they are alien to religion, they know the opinion of the majority - in other words, the crowd. The crowd does not cease to be the crowd, even if she is well fed, dressed, lives in the comfort and well-mannered». (Eliot 1988). 12. «Christ is the axis around which revolves the world». (Quoted in: Castle 2002, 219). THEY BELIEVED IN GOD: FIFTY NOBEL LAUREATES AND OTHER GREAT SCIENTISTS Author is Тихомир Dimitrov (c) 1995-2009; master of arts (psychology) - 1995, master of arts (philosophy) - 1999.
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T.S. Eliot Reads: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

T.S. Eliot Reads: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

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  • Duration: 8:23
  • Updated: 07 Dec 2011
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Arena - T.S. Eliot - Part 1 (BBC)

Arena - T.S. Eliot - Part 1 (BBC)

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  • Duration: 8:09
  • Updated: 12 Dec 2009
  • views: 76903
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A biography/documentary on T.S. Eliot
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T S Eliot reads his Four Quartets

T S Eliot reads his Four Quartets

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  • Duration: 55:39
  • Updated: 08 Nov 2011
  • views: 117675
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Tommy Eliot!!!? From Saint Lou!!? THE Tommy Eliot!? Man, have youse changed.
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My Life in Verse - Robert Webb

My Life in Verse - Robert Webb

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  • Duration: 2:45
  • Updated: 13 Oct 2009
  • views: 9278
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T.S. Eliot - The Waste Land

T.S. Eliot - The Waste Land

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  • Duration: 28:33
  • Updated: 30 May 2011
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Read by Eliot, Ted Hughes, Lia Williams. Produced by BBC 4.
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FUTO - "T.S. Eliot" live @ Caledonia Lounge 1/5

FUTO - "T.S. Eliot" live @ Caledonia Lounge 1/5

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  • Duration: 2:53
  • Updated: 17 Jan 2013
  • views: 308
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Patrick Brick debuts his new solo set on January 15th, 2013 at the Caledonia Lounge in Athens, GA. Catch him next wednesday the 23rd @ GO BAR in Athens! proud of you www.facebook.com/futopoop www.futo.bandcamp.com www.patrickbrick.bandcamp.com * * * * * * * * * www.MarchingBananaRecords.com www.facebook.com/marchingbananarecords www.twitter.com/marchingbanana
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T.S. Eliot

T.S. Eliot

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  • Duration: 1:05
  • Updated: 03 May 2017
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T. S. Eliot is perhaps best known for his clever verse made popular in the musical, “Cats!” But his extensive writings were acknowledged in a 1948 Nobel Prize for Literature! In 1927 Eliot was confirmed in the Church of England. But it was in 1930 with his poem, “Ash Wednesday,” after he became an Anglican, that his poems included biblical references, including the quote “shall these bones live?” from Ezekiel 37. Eliot believed his “finest” achievement was his religious poem, “Four Quartets”—with broad themes of inspiration from the Bible. In an allusion to Acts 2 he wrote: “The dove descending breaks the air with flame of incandescent terror. . .” And his 1927 poem, “Journey of the Magi,” is based on the story of the magi traveling to worship Jesus found in the Gospel of Matthew. Sign up to receive The Book in your inbox daily at museumofthebible.org/thebook! Copyright © 2017 Museum of the Bible. All rights reserved.
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