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Absolutely catastrophic facts about the movie Cats - Page 6 of 41 - Kiwi Report

Absolutely catastrophic facts about the movie Cats


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[post_page_title]Questionable connections[/post_page_title]
The poet’s love of cats wasn’t the only questionable thing about him. He also had a nickname with rather icky origins. Fellow author Ezra Pound often called Eliot “Possum.” While being named after a mean animal that eats garbage and carries disease is bad enough, it actually gets worse. The nickname came from a collection of folk stories called Uncle Remus, in which silly animals were used to romanticize plantation life in the pre-Civil War South. Maybe not the best….

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