Ken I have some sense of how important his work on Eliot is to you, and I offer you condolences for the loss of such a presence in your own thinking & work. We should all have such inspirational guides in our work, just as McLuhan was & is for me.
The is a very impressive resume'. It would have been good to know him.
On 20 Oct 2015 5:52 pm, Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I learned today that Guy Story Brown, former list member and man of many
> accomplishments, passed away this past July 30. I hardly know what to
> say about him, especially with so few current listers having been on the
> forum in 1998 when his "Ultimate Burbank" posts appeared -- except that
> I think now as then that he was the most accomplished reader of Eliot,
> and radically so, that the world has produced. It is a detail that the
> world does not yet know it, but that will change, as he might have put
> it, "in due time."
> There are of course obituaries on the Net, but this one was produced by
> his family if any of you are interested in seeing it:
> Rest in Peace, Guy.
> Your poorer student,
> Ken Armstrong