I had trouble with my e-mail program & misplaced many of the responses to "Qurey."
My request was strictly bibliographic; I was interested in what texts the two remarks appeared, not (to begin with) in what each meant. No useful discussion can result from my exceedingly loose summary of a debate I had no concrete memory of. The context might or might not be useful.
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(Have in past years attended seminars on Eliot led by Tony and they were impressive in all respects: also shared others with Quiang, the 'PhD student' listed, who's in fact now Dr. Quiang. Both I'm sure deserve to and probably will go far.)
On 20 April 2018 at 15:57, Chanan Mittal <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
For those who can access, there’s an article in Modernism/Modernity, Volume 25, Number 2, April 2018:
“Always present”: T. S. Eliot and Re-cantation
By Tony Sharpe