Check out Bob Dylan.
Even check out my essay in
Bob Dylan's Words: A Critical Dictionary and Commenmtary. R.Wissolik, ed.
Greensburg, PA: Eadmer Press, 1993: 27-33.
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From: "McCurdy, Nathan W" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 3:06 PM
Subject: Query: Eliot in Pop Culture
Good evening all,
I am currently beginning work on my undergraduate senior thesis at St.
Mary's College of Maryland. My topic, in brief, is a study of how the
reception of Eliot as a historical figure affects readers' reception of his
material. That is to say, if someone thought Eliot to be an intriguing
individual, would his work become more relevant and accessible? I am
currently soliciting any and all pop culture references to Eliot or his work
in an attempt to "prove" his relevance, specifically to a high school
audience. Any and all assistance would be appreciated. If you have any
other questions about my project, or suggestions in any other areas, feel
free to drop me a line.
Nathan W. McCurdy
16800 Point Lookout Rd
St. Mary's City, Maryland
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