Paralyzed? Unfortunate? All those scholars working diligently on the
collected writings would be so disappointed to hear it. But clearly he
didn't have a stranglehold on vacuity.
On 5/10/2013 1:12 PM, Carrol Cox wrote:
> Eliot as critic is very nearly paralyzed by his unfortunate ability to throw
> off wonderful-sounding but utterly vacuous generalizations about poetry,
> poets, or the cosmos in general.