Do not reply to this asshole, Nancy. On this sort of detail you're as good
a source as any.
Peter, are you out of your mind, challenging an obviously competent scholar
on something like this.
I will add that I liked that play you say you wrote. And I will also say
that in principle I agree with you on identity search. Unfortunately,
history disagrees with us and literature of the 19th &20th century cannot be
understood without honoring that modern obsession of an atomized society
with the question of identity.
But lay off nancy, you juvenile nincompoop.
From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf
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Subject: Re: Love's new frontier: Eliot's mysticism
From: Nancy Gish
In his own words, and not in a poetic persona or voice, he was not.
You keep on saying this, but I can't recall that you have
ever cited chapter and verse to support it.. Isn't it about time that you
Just repeating it over and over does not make it true.
Context is everything.