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This review of T.S. Eliot's poem, The Waste Land was written by literary critic Gilbert Seldes (1893 - 1970):

"In essence "the Waste Land" says something which is not new: that life has become barren and sterile, that man is withering, impotent, and without assurance that the waters which made the land fruitful will ever rise again."

Eliot dedicated his poem to his admired contemporary Ezra Pound - read our article about his treasonable behavior during the Second World War.

Read a related article from 1923...

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Reviewed: The Waste Land (The Nation, 1922)

Reviewed: The Waste Land (The Nation, 1922)

Reviewed: The Waste Land (The Nation, 1922)

Reviewed: The Waste Land (The Nation, 1922)

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