> Peter Montgomery wrote:
> And we must infer that the narrator is Eliot?
No, but it's unpublished scribbling, it echoes a lot else, there is
no obvious sign of dramatic monolouge, & it's just not worth
wasting time arguing with this. Eliot is the one who imagined the
narrator in quite straightforward terms.
And while any fool can ask a question, the question only becomes
interesting if he/she gives an answer also.