His commentaries for each issue were certainly helpful for assessing the
literary and political mood of the time. His network tends to get some
play in those discussions.
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From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: New Eliot book 'Guardians of the humanist legacy'
> > Jeroen Vanheste wrote:
> > Recently my study of Eliot and his Criterion network of authors has been
> > published in Brill's series 'philosophy of history and culture'
> > (www.brill.nl/phc).
> > The title of the book is:
> > GUARDIANS OF THE HUMANIST LEGACY
> > The classicism of T.S. Eliot's Criterion network and its relevance to
> > postmodern world
> Congratulations on achieving publication Jeroen.
> I'm currently reading Russell Kirk's "Eliot and his Age" (meaning the
> Age of Eliot.) I've just gotten up the the discussion of The Criterion.
> Do you have any points for me to ponder right now? How would your book
> go with Kirk's? The reading is a bit out of my interest but Kirk is
> keeping it reasonably interesting.
> Rick Parker
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