>Nancy Gish wrote:
> It was, though, Eliot who said that without a spiritual meaning sex
> was no more than the coupling of animals.
Ken Armstrong wrote:
> I'm sticking with human
> beings reduced to acting like things, automatons specifically.
In the draft of TWL Eliot had it both ways. There is the
"automatic hand" that survived but there was also Tiresias
comparing the people to bugs (probably cut because it was
too obviously making a point.)