Emily Hale

The Letters of T. S. Eliot to Emily Hale

This is a digital edition, free-to-access, of the complete surviving correspondence between T. S. Eliot (1888–1965) and Emily Hale (1891–1969) – the 1,131 letters that Eliot sent to Hale between 1930 and 1957 (deposited at Princeton University Library, they were embargoed until 2020) – together with a number of important additional letters, including letters from Hale to Eliot, located at the Eliot Archive in London. The collection has been edited by John Haffenden (General Editor of The Letters of T. S. Eliot), who provides in addition a detailed chronology of the life and career of Emily Hale, and an Appendix of writings by Hale herself. This website features too a Gallery of photographs, and a fully searchable Index. All of the available documentation relating to the T. S. Eliot–Emily Hale relationship is presented here.