T. S. Eliot, Crime Fiction Critic - Thoughts on Crime Writing From The Man Who Rescued Willkie Collins from Obscurity

Chances are that if people know anything about that towering twentieth-century literary figure, T. S. Eliot, as a detective fiction critic, it is the fact that the great poet, playwright and essayist praised Victorian writer Wilkie Collins’ stolen gem mystery The Moonstone as “the first, the longest and the best of modern English detective novels.” … Continue reading T. S. Eliot, Crime Fiction Critic – Thoughts on Crime Writing From The Man Who Rescued Willkie Collins from Obscurity