there was so uch imitation after TWL.
If Pound had t6hat kind of respect, why is it that
there is so much criticism of the pedestal Eliot
wound up on, whether he desired it or not.
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> Have you considered that it might have been an even greater final version?
> Why not? At any rate, I don't think Pound was being disingenuous when he
> made the remark that all the other poets, including him, should shut up
> shop and not write for five years or something like that. There was no
> doubt in HIS mind.
> Ken A.
> At 08:36 AM 6/6/2007, Richard Seddon wrote:
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> >The imagery, rhythm and diction are certainly Eliot's.
> >Still, without Pound's involvment would there have been anything?
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