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Lucas in 1957
Lucas in 1957
Miraumont-sur-Ancre (March 1917), taken in the British advance of 25 Feb. 1917. The Official History mentions "a daring and resourceful reconnaissance
Miraumont-sur-Ancre (March 1917), taken in the British advance of 25 Feb. 1917. The Official History mentions "a daring and resourceful reconnaissance on the crest south of Miraumont by Lt. F. L. Lucas, 7/Royal West Kent, on the afternoon of Feb. 22, conducted whilst British shrapnel was bursting behind him", which brought the first indication of the German retreat to the Hindenburg Line.
Lucas in 1914
Lucas in 1914
The Fellows' Building, King's. Of King's Lucas wrote: "Never in my experience of half a lifetime has it declined for one moment from that tradition of
The Fellows' Building, King's. Of King's Lucas wrote: "Never in my experience of half a lifetime has it declined for one moment from that tradition of humanism, tolerance, and freedom in which I believe it unsurpassed throughout the Universities of the world."
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Title page of the first book edition (December 1922)
Title page of the first book edition (December 1922)
Vivienne Eliot in 1921
Vivienne Eliot in 1921
The blue plaque near the Nayland Rock shelter in Margate where Eliot wrote some of The Waste Land.
The blue plaque near the Nayland Rock shelter in Margate where Eliot wrote some of The Waste Land.
Ezra Pound, a major editor of the work
Ezra Pound, a major editor of the work