Thanks for the advice, but actually I made a vow to myself to stick to the
published edition of 1922. The addition "il miglior fabbro" addressed to
Pound seems to imply that Eliot himself preferred this "broken image" of his
poem above the original draft. Moreover, I analyse the Waste land on the
basis of the ideas of some old forgotten literary philosopher nobody seems
to have heard of. But maybe I am just blind to some important points here:
what exactly do you mean by: "at this point in Eliot studies"??
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