Lines from Lockdown: ‘Little Gidding’, by Venetia Bridges

It feels like we’re at something of a turning point in the Covid-19 crisis, with many countries starting to emerge from lockdown and yet the future feeling uncertain. Today’s #LinesFromLockdown reading from Dr Venetia Bridges speaks to that feeling through T.S. Eliot’s ‘Little Gidding’, a poem which draws on medieval literature to put a wider perspective on matters of life, death, and uncertainty.

Hear more from our Lines from Lockdown series, with readings to uplift and inspire during the Coronavirus quarantine.

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