Why can we be reasonably sure of that? The similarity of names, as in
characters is a direct lift from Huxley's satire. TWL is just a different
kind of a novel. As is Prufrock. Or Finnegans Wake. The lot not real strong
on the Flaubertian characterization. You may not be interested in the
Twentieth Century, Jennifer, but the Twentieth Century is interested in you.
And I just know you meant CROME Yellow. Didn't you?
on 10/24/04 2:13 PM, Jennifer Formichelli at [log in to unmask] wrote:
> ( I should think if there were, it
> would be only a joke in passing; Eliot and Huxley did not Tarot
> together; we can be reasonably sure of that.) . I think you must mean
> the similarity of names between Madame Sosostris and M Sesostris, the
> phony fortune teller character who appears in Huxley's Chrome Yellow?