I'm not trying to be evasive: it's just that it's a 30 page answer, and I
do think it the core of the article.
I have not studied Pound recently, so I don't want to comment. I
don't know if I would think that or not at this point.
Date sent: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 11:25:39 -0600
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From: Richard Seddon <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Unified Sensibilty,
dissociation of sensibility etc (was: Auden's limerick about Eliot)
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Perhaps you didn't intend to but you didn't answer my question. I
How do you or how does Eliot rationalize the mixing of the very
contexts of the word "dissociate"?
Or is the answer the very gist of your article that I will just have to