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H. " It was an aberration that F. R. Lea vis never allowed Eliot, nor the rest of us, to forget about. Years later it may be thought that Eliot more than made up for it, when he wrote appreciatively of another English author, one who stands in almost exactly the same relation to Wesleyan New Dissent that Lawrence stood in to Old Dissent. This author was Rudyard Kipling, grandson to Wesleyan ministers on both sides of his family, but whose parents conformed to nonpracticing Anglicanism, and who was himself some son of undogmatic theist.
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