Four Quartets

References

Citations
  1. ^ Ackroyd 1984 p. 228
  2. ^ Grant 1997 p. 37
  3. ^ a b c Ackroyd 1984 pp. 254–255
  4. ^ Pinion 1986 p. 48
  5. ^ Ackroyd 1984 pp. 262–266
  6. ^ a b Ackroyd 1984 p. 262
  7. ^ a b Pinion 1986 p. 219
  8. ^ Gardner 1978 qtd. p. 26
  9. ^ Kirk 2008 p. 239
  10. ^ Kirk 2008 p. 266
  11. ^ Moody 2006 p. 143
  12. ^ Bergonzi 1972 pp. 150–154
  13. ^ Bergonzi 1972 pp. 172
  14. ^ Ackroyd 1984 p. 270
  15. ^ a b Bergonzi 1972 p. 164
  16. ^ Stead 1969 p. 171
  17. ^ Bergonzi 1972 p. 165
  18. ^ Diels, Hermann; Burnet, John Translator. "Heraclitus 139 Fragments" (PDF) (in Greek and English). 
  19. ^ Ackroyd 1984 pp. 228–230
  20. ^ Kirk 2008 pp. 246–247
  21. ^ Kirk 2008 pp. 250–252
  22. ^ Kirk 2008 pp. 254–255
  23. ^ Ackroyd 1984 pp. 263–266
  24. ^ Kirk 2008 pp. 260–263
  25. ^ a b Ackroyd 1984 p. 271
  26. ^ Bergonzi 1972 pp. 166–7
  27. ^ Pinion 1986 p. 227
  28. ^ Bergonzi 1972 qtd. p. 168
  29. ^ Bergonzi qtd. 1972 pp. 168–169
  30. ^ Gordon 2000 p. 341
  31. ^ Manganiello 1989 pp. 115–119
  32. ^ Moody 2006 pp. 143–144
  33. ^ Ackroyd 1984 pp. 265–266
  34. ^ Manganiello 1989 p. 150
  35. ^ Manganiello 1989 pp. 150–152
  36. ^ Bergonzi 1972 pp. 171–173
  37. ^ Kirk 2008 qtd. pp. 241–243
  38. ^ Kirk 2008 p. 244
  39. ^ Pinion 1986 pp. 226–227
  40. ^ Gordon 2000 p. 85
  41. ^ Ackroyd 1984 pp. 262–269
  42. ^ Haldar 2005 p. 94
  43. ^ Kirk 2008 qtd p. 240
  44. ^ Kirk 2008 p. 240
  45. ^ Stead 1969 p. 176
  46. ^ Grant 1997 qtd. p. 44
  47. ^ Grant 1997 pp. 44–46
  48. ^ Kirk 2008 qtd. pp. 240–241
  49. ^ Abrams 1973 p. 319
  50. ^ Raine 2006 p. 113
  51. ^ Bell 1997 p. 124
  52. ^ Cooper 2008 p. 23
  53. ^ T.S. Eliot. Voices and Visions Series. New York Center of Visual History: PBS, 1988.[1]
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