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Dear Rick,

How did you gain permission to publish this piece? Do you know who
holds the copyright?

Cheers, Jennifer
On Thursday, October 21, 2004, at 06:03  AM, Rickard A Parker wrote:

> The text of Eliot's essay "The Preacher as Artist" is now available
> online at my website.  It was first published in the November 28, 1919
> edition of the Athenaeum.
>
> Eliot wrote this as a review of the book "Donne's Sermons. Selected
> Passages, with an Essay by Logan Pearsall Smith" but, essentially, it
> is an essay where he compares the sermons of John Donne to those of
> Hugh Latimer and Lancelot Andrewes. There is also a brief comparison
> of Donne's sermons to the Fire-Sermon of the Buddha.
>
> We were discussing this essay on the TSE list awhile ago.  At that
> time Peter Montgomery supplied me the raw material for the webpage
> (thanks again Peter) but since then I took my merry time converting
> the text to HTML and CSS format.
>
>
> The URL is:
> http://world.std.com/~raparker/exploring/books/
> the_preacher_as_artist.html
>
> The following page lists other webpages of mine containing works by
> Eliot and ones of interest to Eliot fans (the autobiography of TWL's
> Marie,
> Hesse's "Blick ins Chaos," etc.):
> http://world.std.com/~raparker/exploring/books/explore.html
>
> Regards,
>     Rick Parker
>