> This [crucifix painting] is very famous and I didn't realize he'd done
> others...and must have missed what this has to do with Eliot.
Blame the Dali off topic posts on Tom K. From a post on Friday,
October 13, 2000 with the subject of "Re: Fascism and Myth (Quasi-topical)"
As the fascist/myth angle was introduced through Eliot's essay on the
role of myth in what was, for him, the world to come, I consider it
sufficiently topical to pursue a little further. I've found the
commentary on my own observations here challenging, but I've not very
much to add at this point. I do have a bit of a quotation from a
November 1997 article in "Culture Wars" magazine, which includes an
apposite quote from Dali. Thought I'd throw a snippet out there and
see if it fertilizes the soil . . .
Fertilize, salt, whatever.