Your question made me go to the opening lines of
‘Burnt Norton’. They remind me of the time continuum
where all time exists – past, present and future all
contained in each other. This would mean all of them
have a reality. It is all about where we are standing
when we look at them. The poem then would be the
representation of where we are at – be it the past,
present or future.
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> Date: Tuesday, May 15, 2001 3:22 PM
> Subject: Re: fragmentation in The Waste Land
> >> A question. If the present has no reality (being
> always either
> >> future or past)
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