Carrol Cox wrote:
> No real point in arguing valueations. Kenthinks of Eliot as a giant.
> I think of Pound as a giant and of Eliot as a damn good poet.
Put it on the calendar!! Carrol and I sort of agree! And I do think
that "Kenthinks" should be submitted to Merriam-Webster, the two being
so tied as to be virtually one....
In truth, my first love was Pound, which I fairly soaked up, reading
him alone forty-some years ago. But later I came to agree with Pound
after TSE's death: Whatever you do, read him. The older Pound was
definitely a wiser Pound.