I remember a statement that went:
"Except in directions in which one can go too far, there are probably not
directions worth going." I don't remember from it came, but I would sure
like to know.
From: Kathryn Walat [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 11:28 AM
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Subject: stumped: quote!
Does anyone have any idea about the source of the following Eliot
"Except in directions in which we can go too far there is no interest
in going at all: and only those who will risk going too far can
possibly find out just how far to go."
I've already tried concordances of Eliot's poems/plays, with no luck.
Any ideas what essay it could be from?
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