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Seaside shelter at the Nayland Rock, Margate. http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/content/news/2010/images/seaside-shelter- margate

Historic England on Twitter: "'On Margate Sands. I can connect Nothing with nothing.' The Waste Land by T. S. Eliot who died #OTD in 1965 ...

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On Margate Sands. I can connect Nothing with nothing. The broken fingernails of dirty hands. T S Eliot, The Waste Land .(See the latest galleries in ...

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On Margate Sands. I can connect. Nothing with nothing. The broken finger-nails of dirty hands. My people humble people who expect. Nothing.

... Margate Sands, where T.S.Eliot sat in October 1921 writing sections of The Waste Land The building beside it now carries a blue plaque in his name.

'Nothing with Nothing' – T.S Eliot and the Regeneration of Margate

The Nayland Rock shelter in Margate, where TS Eliot wrote some of The Waste Land

Connecting Margate Sands & T.S. Eliot at @TCMargate @VisitThanet @LoveMargate #JourneyswithTheWasteLand #exhibition #Poet #Margate #MondayMotivation #beach ...

Shelter overlooking Margate Sands. Image: Thanet District Council

Delivering more framed prints of "Sheltering & Solace" today to #OnMargateSands exhibition @LSGMargate. Inspired by TS Eliot's The Wasteland.

Bleak: T.S. Eliot wrote 'On Margate sands, I can connect nothing with nothing

TS Eliot wrote Part III of The Waste Land here in Margate. Photograph: Thanet District Council./PA Wire/Press Association Images. "

T. S. Eliot died on this day in 1965. He is believed to have written part of The Waste Land at this shelter in Margate http://bit.ly/2iE9m5M ...

The seats are still there, peeling red paint beneath a wrought iron pavilion, looking out at the icy grey waves. From here, Eliot watched children playing ...

Toilet Humour comprises of two main elements, performance and intervention at the Nayland Rock Shelter that book end Margate Sands with Turner Contemporary ...

Philomena Epps explores Journeys with 'The Waste Land' at Turner Contemporary, Margate, 3 February - 7 May 2018

One way or another if JWM Turner hadn't – oh done what? Gone to school in Margate, acquired a mistress in Margate – if TS Eliot hadn't – oh done what?

The Waste Land Poem Book Cover by T. S. Eliot


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Margate Seascape 10/12/13

TS Eliot wrote The Waste Land in this Margate shelter | Books | The Guardian

a friend of mine – a self-described london dilettante and the sort of person who can be relied upon to think up these kinds of odd and wonderful excursions ...

Neither Eliot nor Turner on Margate Sands

Included in the exhibition are about 100 objects from over 60 artists, as well as a letter by T S Eliot on loan from the British Library (Add MS 52918).

The beach at Margate in the district of Thanet, Kent. (Photo: Matthew Clayfield)

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On Margate Sands 2 by Chris Snow (Limited Edition Print)

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TS Eliot's The Waste Land remains one of the finest reflections on mental illness ever written | Books | The Guardian

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A Victorian seaside shelter in Kent, where TS Eliot is believed to have penned part of The Waste Land, has received Grade II listing.

T. S. ELIOT (1888-1965) stayed on Margate sands in 1921, recuperating from “neurasthenia”. The nervous collapse that drove him there was as much due to his ...


On Margate sands: Turner gallery honours The Waste Land's impact | Financial Times

Anyway armed with my leaflet and disturbed enough by the typeface on the leaflet to be listening to William Burroughs on my headphones I took the Loop Loupe ...

I don't know whether T S Eliot liked seafood, but I enjoy cockles with the camera-shy potential next Mayor of Margate, who tells me that the Japanese ...

The research group volunteers for The Waste Land project

london also drove ts mad, as it will do any person who lives here long enough. he captures the sort of love-hate that every londoner feels at some point, ...


T S Eliot's Shelter in 1912? some inevitable Manston content because of this week's deadline, old postcards


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Beach retreat: TS Eliot wrote Part III of The Waste Land in a seaside shelter


Dan Thompson on Twitter: "30+ people on the first From Wasteland To Wasteland walk, from La Boiselle to Margate Sands - Margate Station to @LSGMargate.

Our connection to Margate [sands] via Southeastern. No one got lost, fell over or missed the train. That — is a result!

Margate turner contemporary gallery and harbour beach and seafront, in Thanet, Kent

Installation shot. Photo: Thierry Bal

National Portrait Gallery, London. Patrick Heron: T.S. Eliot ...

... The Nayland Rock Shelter on Margate sea-front where T S Eliot composed part of The

The Nayland Rock Shelter on Margate sea-front where T S Eliot composed part of The

On Margate sands.

If Not, Not (1975-6) by RB Kitaj

'On Margate Sands. I can connect. Nothing with nothing. The broken fingernails of dirty hands. My people humble people who expect. Nothing.' TS Eliot.

... have done a rough draft of part of part III, but do not know whether it will do', and how he has 'done this while sitting in a shelter on the front'.

"On Margate sands. I can connect nothing with nothing"

Seaside shelters commemorate extended stays at coastal resorts when 'taking the cure' or recuperating after ill health as T.S. Eliot did at the Nayland Rock ...

As I sat in that same shelter last week, on a grey November day, it was easy to imagine Eliot's mood, his sense of bleakness as he looked out over the grey ...

Susie Hamilton,  On Margate Sands , 2018, ...

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The poem was published the following year, and proved to be a pivotal and influential modernist work, reflecting on the fractured world in the aftermath of ...

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TS Eliot came to Margate in 1921 to recover from exhaustion and strain.


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T.S. Eliot's poem The Waste Land is one of the most celebrated poems of the twentieth century and this fantastic new show at Turner Contemporary brings ...

Cliftonville, Margate and T.S.Eliot's "The Waste Land"

The Shore, 1923 (oil on canvas) by Nash, Paul (1889-

... T.S.Eliot, who visited after suffering a mental breakdown afterwards stated in The Wasteland “On Margate sands. I can connect/Nothing with nothing”.

Margate Beach 10/13/13

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In 1921, T.S. Eliot spent a few weeks in Margate at a crucial moment in his career. He arrived in a fragile state, physically and mentally, and worked on ...

TS Eliot's seaside shelter is listed

He also writes of his feelings of nervousness about returning to town, as 'one becomes dependent, too, on sea or mountains, which give some sense of ...

The Waste Land, T. S. Eliot. First Edition, 1923. Peter Harrington Rare Books

Shelter overlooking Margate Sands. Image: Thanet District Council

T.S. Eliot, The Cocktail Party. True something i find hard to rmb.

what i can say is go to margate. drink some ales. if you are unafraid of the cold, have a swim.

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Tracey Emin on Margate and T.S. Eliot's 'The Waste Land'

Well is it or isn't, I just don't know Margate well enough, did the same shelter last all that time? Or am a looking at the wrong one in the wrong place?

My Painting for the Walpole Bay Hotel in Margate, Kent

"If you haven't the strength to impose your own terms upon life,

The Quest, 1938 by Cecil Collins