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Definitive and eminently insightful treatment of T.S. Eliot's Christianity, 6 May 2010
In his latest book, Barry Spurr articulately explores the cultural, religious and liturgical milieu of the Anglo Catholicism of the 20th century, to which T.S. Eliot became attached. This ground breaking and definitive work provides deep insight into Eliot's life and poetry, and the influence of Anglo Catholicism on these. Spurr's expert and intimate knowledge of his subject matter is endlessly illuminating and fills a long-standing gap in the corpus of Eliotean scholarship.