Kate Troy wrote:
> I find this surprising, since you do not believe that Eliot was gay.
> If he wasn't, then it could only be an elegy. If he was, then it was
> a man seeking rain and a desert rose in the wasteland, which you don't
> believe to be true.
Huh? I'm not following the logic here.
Prior to this post I was thinking of clarifying my views of Eliot's
sexuality but I've got a lot of things going on right now and spending
time on a post to make sure I got something readable isn't a high
priority right now. So please excuse my not writing right now.