Richard Seddon wrote:
> . What I am saying is that an Occult flavor of Christianity was making
> the rounds of intellectual discussions during the early modernist years.
> I personally think Eliot had on his “cool dude” persona. The
> uninvolved observer who stood back and poked fun at what he saw and
> heard happening in the coffee shops. I think a lot of this is TSE
> wildly pulling on Pound’s leg.
While I'm not too sure about the "cool dude" characterization
("intensely serious" and all that, etc) I'm curious about TSE pulling
Pound's leg. When you say a "lot of this," do you mean this poem or others?