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  1. 12 de fev. de 2023 · Eliot was in love with the idea of being in love and idealised Hale when she was far away. In 1934, while married to Vivien and unable to divorce her, he told Hale, “I would literally give my eyesight to be able to marry you.”. But unlike Oedipus and Gloucester in King Lear, he retained his increasingly clear vision.

  2. Vivienne Haigh-Wood Eliot (28 May 1888 – 22 January 1947) was an English governess and writer, who became known for her marriage in 1915 to the American poet T. S. Eliot. Her legacy, and the extent to which she influenced Eliot's work, has been the subject of much debate.

  3. Painted Shadow: Life of Vivienne ELiot. CAROLE SEYMOUR-JONES. Constable, Londres. Crear PDF de este artículo. La poco caritativa descripción que hizo Virginia Woolf de la primera mujer de T.S. Eliot, Vivienne Eliot, née Vivienne Haigh-Wood, podría traducirse con algo de libertad como «un saco de gatos rabiosos colgado del cuello de Tom».

  4. 27 de mar. de 2023 · Vivienne Haigh-Wood. Vivienne Haigh- Wood, la ballerina che aveva sposato nel 1918 e da cui divorziò nel 1933, pare abbia avuto una profonda influenza sul futuro Premio Nobel per la Letteratura, proprio per le particolari condizioni mentali in cui versava.

  5. 4 de jan. de 2020 · The two kept up their correspondence during Eliot’s marriage to Haigh-Wood, which ended in 1947, when she died in a mental institution. Hale expected that once free, Eliot would finally propose.

  6. 7 de fev. de 2016 · Last modified on Thu 22 Feb 2018 09.33 EST. TS Eliot’s desperation to escape the “hideous farce” of his first marriage to Vivien Haigh-Wood and her refusal to believe their relationship had ...

  7. The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total. Vivienne (Vivien) Eliot (née Haigh-Wood), Peter Stainer, Mildred Woodruff by Lady Ottoline Morrell.jpg 2,400 × 1,709; 946 KB. Vivienne Haigh-Wood Eliot 1920.jpg 370 × 494; 71 KB. Vivienne Haigh-Wood Eliot by Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1921 (cropped).jpg 307 × 560; 70 KB.