--On Wednesday, April 30, 2003 7:27 PM +0100 George Carless
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> On Wed, 30 Apr 2003, Carrol Cox wrote:
>> "Rickard A. Parker" wrote:
>> > So, how much annotation
>> > should be done? And should commentary be thrown in? Although I have
>> > thoughts I'm refraining from sending it in unless I see some interest
>> > in this thread.
>> Send it in -- it's always unpredictable in advance what will trigger a
>> response and what won't. And the extra kilobytes probably won't break
> Seconded. Even if Eliot's poetry sometimes suffers from overanalysis, too
> much information is better than too little.
Better for what? But isn't it instead a question of good analysis and bad
analysis, or astute analysis and sloppy analysis, or call it some such?