Ron Bush has the best account, I think, of the notes. Rainey sort of
uses it, but isn't scrupulous in his use.
Rickard A. Parker wrote:
>> Eliot's slipshod notes were not the result of laziness but haste. He
>> was asked to provide them at the last minute before publication.
> I'm remembering that Eliot was thinking of the notes as early as
> January or February of 1922. The Boni and Liveright book was published
> in December. I can't quickly find my copy of Lawrenre Rainey's
> "The Price of Modernism: Publishing The Waste Land" to verify.
> Rick Parker