She means George Williamson, who published a guide to the
poems as opposed to a critical book like Matthiessen's. I agree
with her that the source to use for that material is Southam.
On 6 May 2003, at 15:29, Rickard A. Parker <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Peter Montgomey wrote:
> > If you are looking for a madel as far as
> > commentary goes, why not try Williamson. He
> > seems to have just the right mix.
> Jennifer Formichelli wrote:
> > Do you mean George Williamson, author of A Reader's Guide to T.S.
> > Eliot? His commentary (not the same thing at all as editorial
> > commentary) strikes me as a mix of wildly prejudicial remarks
> > andthoughtless restatements of the words of the poems couched in
> > meaningless prose.
> Were you maybe thinking of F.O. Matthiessen?
> He added much to my appreciation of Eliot.
> At any rate I'll checkout both.
> Rick Parker