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At 11:38 PM 10/9/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>Consider Garrison Keiller's gourmet line of ketchup.

   Is he a poet??? Don't know his "line of ketchup" and would rather just
try to take Eliot's meaning regarding Keat's lines. But do stay with the
ketchup line if it's to your liking. Do you think perhaps TSE means it is
grammatically meaningless in the context of the poem, i.e. it breaks the
context?

Ken Armstrong