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Unable to work because of the noise in his Crawford Street neighbourhood, and anxious to escape to congenial surroundings To The Waste Land 23 for the wntmg of something more important than The Sacred Wood, Eliot had spent much time looking for a new flat, a search which culminated in the move to 9 Clarence Gate Gardens near Regent's Park in October. During the weeks that followed Vivienne spent most of her time nursing her father; when he was out of danger she collapsed and had to be placed in a nursing-home.
Like Irving Babbitt, Hulme held there was little hope of progress if the human race accepted shallow, self-seeking Rousseauistic notions of individual freedom and natural goodness; there are higher laws, proved by experience and absorbed by tradition, which emanate from the eternal. He disagreed strongly with the emancipated permissiveness which Bertrand Russell would undoubtedly foster, and thought his philosophy specious. Hulme became an artillery officer and was killed on the western front in September 1917, but his influence on Eliot's outlook was strong and lasting.
Pound was confronted with a loose assembly of pieces, some out of proportion or still in the rough; he excised about half the verse, and made many suggestions for minor revision, later (not very aptly) referring to his major surgery as a caesarian operation. " The poem was revised in January, and accepted by Scofield Thayer, before he saw it, for publication in The Dial, where it did not appear until November. It was first published in England, in the opening (October) number of The Criterion; in book form , it first appeared in America, with notes, near the end of the year.