am 11.10.2002 20:41 Uhr schrieb [log in to unmask] unter [log in to unmask]:
> Article argues that you cannot tell a poet by his or her spouse/lover et
> cetera. I thought the article might dissuade further analysis of the
> individual artist; and direct scholarship more towards an explication of the
> artistry not of Eliot but his poetry. Not quite sure if that is possible in
> this media-besotted age, but hopeful. (And, if I know this list, it is
> probable that my last comment will trigger more replies than the penultimate.)
> My apologies in advance: I have just thought since my teenage years that
> Eliot's poems have a great "voice."
> Eugene Schlanger
Haven't seen the article yet,
but I'll surely look it up!
B.t.w.: For all the newby's on the list: Eugene is our well respected Wall
Street poet laureate (Rick, our Duke of URL, will certainly be glad to
provide us the appropriate back ground info!)
Wassup, Eugene? Long time no hear!
Listen to your insights of your teenage years -- they are invaluable!