The Waste Land at Haverfordwest Library
12:53pm Tuesday 3rd July 2012 in News
One of poetry's best-known lines opens The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot.
Published in 1922, the poem, filled with startling, broken images from a Europe struggling to recover from the Great War, is 90 years old this year.
To celebrate, the 'What Poetry' Group are presenting a dramatised reading of the poem in the gallery at Haverfordwest Library.
What Poetry at Haverfordwest Library is on Tuesday July 10th, 6.30pm, entrance free and open to all.
Based on information supplied by Christine Willison.
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