Tom Colket wrote:
> Maybe. But it would be helpful to at least consider what "Burbank" is about
> before making statements like this.
> Maybe the poem deals with the ending of the Roman Empire and the coming of
> Christianity, rather than being about a Jew hatefully about to enjoy a
> Christian woman.
> Just for your consideration . . .
If this is s, then we can only assume that Eliot is something of a
retard, to be so incapable of realizing the resonances of his chosen
Choose: either the poem is a bad poem _or_ an anti-semitic poem. Do you
really think Eliot could be this obtuse?