I don't have an individual view about that, but Grover Smith's research was extremely thorough. He says the "imagism" of "Preludes" and "Rhapsody" were Eliot's own development because he had not read Hulme. Later he notes that Eliot was aware of Pound's views. I think it was no doubt in the air in a way Eliot would have known about. But there may be other sources that more recently focus on the specific history and connection.
One poem Smith notes is "Suppressed Complex," which he sees as like the "complex" in Pound's image, but I think Eliot referred to the notion of emotional suppression and neurosis.
>>> Diana Manister <[log in to unmask]> 11/19/07 11:31 AM >>>
I am thinking about what would be an interesting thread for discussion.> Cheers,> Nancy> Nancy, I for one would love to know your thoughts on whether Pound's Imagism anticipated Eliot's notion of the objective correlative.
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