Indeed. Superficialities tend to get one stuck in the mud.
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From: "Ken Armstrong" <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: Eliot and Anti-Semitism from the London Review of Books
> Sorry to be in abeyance, but am playing the White Rabbit role in "real
> life." Just a note: Tom is right, I take my references from the Guy Story
> Brown reading that appeared here in 1998. I believe former lister Steve
> "Robotlord" still has a compilation of those posts on his aol website. A
> search using Robotlord + Burbank should turn it up. The compilation is
> and worth reading. It goes into depth, where, I think, conclusions drawn
> here lately do not and thus do not express an adequately considered
> of Burbank:Bleistein, Eliot's two masks in a poem of masks in the city of
> masks at carnival time. You have to look for what is happening below the
> surface -- and there's a lot -- as the poet tells you: defunctive music
> under sea.
> Ken A.
> At 10:53 PM 2/20/2007, cr mittal wrote:
> >Thank you, Tom Colket, for sharing these insights vis-a-vis
> >Ken's references. Maybe these will enable me to view 'Gerontion'
> >in a new light. I'll make a sincere effort.
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