>In a message dated 8/10/01 10:42:22 PM !!!First Boot!!!, >[log in to unmask]
>> have seen a recent TV commercial quoting from Prufrock and years ago a
> >silly broadcaster on the late news mumbled and tried to say something
>> Eliot's grasp exceeds English class and this list.
>> Condolences for your mother's death. Wine is good.
>If it was on a tv commercial, then of courrse it was' the women come and go
>talking of . . ." ,
>Thank you. Everybody on this list - everyone in this world - will lose his
>or her mother. We all have that in common. Life was kinder to me than
>others who lost theirs in childhood or young adulthood.
>Yes, wine is good.
Michelangelo -- hah!
Thou doest give the media far too much credit!
Actually it was the stanza containing the eternal Footman and ending ". . .I
Someone once from a university in some cubicle in an ad agency in Tribeca,
I knew a brilliant Victorian scholar, PhD et al, who sat for the LSAT, went
to law school, and has been heard of or since seen.
Let us wonder -- in Florida and NYC and NM -- what that poor man will
have to think about when the diagnosis comes and he is lying there on a
stainless steel table with tubes running to and from every orifice and
Ah, I digress!
I've spent far too much of this overly-hot August with Dante and Milton; yet,
always, in my "modern" or postmodern mind, the words of Eliot swirl. That is
what I meant Kate.
Not deprecating Stevens or WCW. . . Not at all.