Issue: Autumn 1985

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  • Something Upon Which to Rejoice: The First Section of Ash Wednesday (Nonfiction - page 1152)
  • Still Other Observations (Nonfiction - page 1160)
  • Substitutes for Christianity in the Poetry of T. S. Eliot (Nonfiction - page 899)
  • Symposium of Poets on T. S. Eliot, Introduction (Nonfiction - page 1138)
  • T. S. Eliot and the American South (Nonfiction - page 914)
  • T. S. Eliot: A Memoir (Nonfiction - page 1155)
  • T. S. Eliot: Personal Reminiscences (Nonfiction - page 947)
  • T. S. Eliot: Poet of Adequation (Nonfiction - page 1118)
  • The Figures of St. Sebastian (Nonfiction - page 974)
  • The Language of Theory and the Language of Poetry (Nonfiction - page 1012)
  • The Modernist Essay: The Case of T. S. Eliot––Poet as Critic (Nonfiction - page 1024)
  • Time in Sever Hall and in the Quartets (Nonfiction - page 957)
  • To Valerie Eliot, a Letter (Nonfiction - page 999)
  • Tom Possum and the Roberts Family (Nonfiction - page 1057)
  • Tradition and the Practice of Poetry, with an Introduction and Afterword by A. Walton Litz (page 873)
  • Waiting for Eliot (Nonfiction - page 1144)
  • End: Symposium of Poets on T. S. Eliot (page 0)
  • Special Issue: T. S. Eliot (page 0)
  • Symposium of Poets on T. S. Eliot (page 0)