Maire McQueeney wrote:
> the cover of the current guide to St.M-t-M celebrates its Eliot
> connection with "the quote" and an excellent photo of the white & gold
David, hope I'm not sounding pushy but maybe you could pick up a copy of
this and get permission to use the picture on your web site.
> Eliot's need to change his original line from 'Corinthian white & gold'
> to 'Ionian w&g' is one of my favourite edits in the facsimile, as if to
> prove tse wasn't as learned as he was reputed to be.
Thanks for reminding me of this. Perhaps this is a reason for Ionian
instead of Ionic, TSE may have been a bit confused. In this case though
I prefer to think that he was going after sound and imagery.