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T.S. Mathews Sayings

Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quoted
and Misquoted
by Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.

T.S. Mathews Sayings: Pound Was Silly, Bumptious, Extravagantly Generous, Annoying, Exhibitionistic; Eliot Was Sensible, Cautious, Retiring, Soothing, Shy. Though Pound Wrote Some Brilliant Passages, On The Whole He Was A Failure As A Poet (sometimes Even In His Own Estimation); Eliot Went From Success To Success And Is Still Quotedand Misquotedby Thousands Of People Who Have Never Read Him. Both Men Were Expatriates By Choice, But Eliot Renounced His American Citizenship And Did His Best To Become Assimilated With His Fellow British Subjects, While Pound Always Remained An American In Exile.