But then neo-mods don't have very much time to relish their ascendency
before the pomos appear yelling for everyone's blood. Would Robert Creeley
be a paleo-mod turned neo-mod? He was originally into Imagism via EzP and
wrote Imagism well after WW II. Was the four quartets TSE a
religio-neo-mod? He certainly was influential in the 1950's. What about
the New Criticism.
Are these distinctions basically an attempt to explain why WCW didn't care
I had intended a study of WCW this fall/winter and changed the study subject
to Pound's Cantos. I'm starting to think I should have stayed with WCW.
Perhaps the spring.
Maybe I misunderstand the whole thing. My head is beginning to hurt and I'm
about to adopt Ken's solution.
McIntosh, NM, USA
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Date: Thursday, August 09, 2001 1:31 PM
Subject: Re: 'Paleo' and 'Neo' Moderrnism