“She said that their relationship was a quiet one, involving much Scrabble-playing and cheese-eating. As she said in a rare interview, ‘He obviously needed a happy marriage. He wouldn’t die until he’d had it.’” 
Read more on T. S. Eliot’s widow, who died this past Friday at eighty-six, here.

“She said that their relationship was a quiet one, involving much Scrabble-playing and cheese-eating. As she said in a rare interview, ‘He obviously needed a happy marriage. He wouldn’t die until he’d had it.’” 

Read more on T. S. Eliot’s widow, who died this past Friday at eighty-six, here.

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