Especially if one connects it all to the woman in the pub
who took them pills to bring it off.
There you are then.
Rickard A. Parker wrote:
>Advait Praturi wrote:
>>1. To what extent does Eliot implement myth into the Wasteland?
>I've grabbed what I think are some of the significant myths
>from TWL and listed them below. I've left out scripture, Dante
>and, for the most part, the English playwrights although I can
>see a point for classifying them as myths too.
>2) Tristan and Isolde
>3) Hyacinth girl (Hyacinthus)
>4) Aeneid (via Laquearia)
>7) Actaeon and Diana
>10) Voice of the Thunder
>11) Philomel (Quando fiam uti chelidon)
>What I see as odd here is the level of indirection employed. Eliot
>seems to allude to a work that brings up a myth about as much as to
>a myth itself. That is the case with 1, 2, 6, 7, 9, 11 and 12. I
>bet something interesting could be made of that.
> Rick Parker