Thanks, Ken. The List has done a commendable job with regard to
ĎBurbank/Bleisteiní by Guy Story Brown. An insightful work of great merit!
But that was before my time here. I've been here for a few months only.
Thanks too for discovering my book on Eliotís early poetry on the Web. I
wish I could share the authorís copy with members of the List.
>From: Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: Re: On Character, was Re: "the king my father's death..."
>Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 15:20:13 -0400
> I don't know how long you've been on the Eliot list, but finding your
>brief remarks interesting, I poked about on the Web a bit to see what else
>I could find, and, of course, your book on Eliot's early poetry, among
>other things, comes up. I was disappointed to find that no library in Ohio
>has a copy, so I will have to see what I can do to order it.
>In the meantime, I wonder if you have seen this --
>It is a reading of Burbank/Bleistein by Guy Story Brown, posted to this
>list and collected by another lister on whose URL it still sits. It was
>produced seriatim and was refined and greatly expanded for publication with
>readings of most of Poems 1920, but has not yet been published to the best
>of my knowledge.
>The seriatim readings/posts collected at the URL above are for only the one
>poem, and without the wonderful footnotes that the much longer work for
>publication,with the additional readings, contains, but, in short, its
>genius is still apparent. Your own remarks make me think you might find it
>a sympathetic reading.
>At 02:22 PM 7/21/2005 +0000, you wrote:
>>You'll (all) kindly pardon me. I wish to reserve my comments. Best
>>regards. ~ CR
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