“East Coker” by T. S. Eliot

My visual adaptation of the last stanza of T. S. Eliot’s “East Coker,” the second poem of his Four Quartets. It was originally published in 1940. Eliot’s remains are interred in the parish church of St. Michael’s in East Coker, a village in Somerset, England. The poet’s memorial plaque inside the church reads, “in my beginning is my end – in my end is my beginning.”

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One Response to “East Coker” by T. S. Eliot

  1. Mila Caceres says:

    I am enthralled that your comics open Elliot’s words. Super!

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