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From: Nancy Gish [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, November 14, 2002 8:36 PM
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Subject: Re: Two Profound Eliot Influences

Astonishing as it must be, there are sessions on Wittgenstein at MSA, and
Marjorie Perloff's WITTGENSTEIN'S LADDER came out in 1996 from Chicago
Press. And she comments on DAS SPIEL DES UNSAGBAREN: LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN UN
DIE KUNST DES 20. JAHRHUNDERTS ( Vienna, 1989). There does seem to be a real
interest in Wittgenstein and even other people who read Wittgenstein. I note
only this particular instance of a great deal of bothering with
Wittgenstein.
[Peter Montgomery] ============================================
People ARE hard pressed to rustle up a little trouble these days.
Probably falsified one too many generalisations about generalisations.

Wasn't Witty the feller that thought up the idea of wormholes as in Star
Trek?

Yawn. What was it Eliot said about boredom?

Cheers,
Peter.