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And would that be better or worse than Hamlet's finality?
:)
Peter

cr mittal wrote:

> /nil nisi divinum stabile est; caetera fumus./  Thanks.  ~ CR
>
> */Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]>/* wrote:
>
>     CR,
>
>     Eliot's pain must certainly be accounted a major portion of the
>     irritant
>     that produced the pearl. In his case, a most fabulous string of
>     pearls. But
>     much of the attendance to Eliot seems to take the form of turning the
>     pearls back into the sludge whence they came, and to pound the
>     person Eliot
>     down to "nothing special." The effort is quite transparent (it
>     reminds me
>     of the story of the little engine that could, except here the
>     little engine
>     wouldn't) if one can resist the hypnotic state its oft repeated
>     formulas
>     tend toward. Ultimately, its flaws assure that it will pass with
>     other
>     passing fashions. For now, of course, it does take up a lot of
>     bandwidth.
>
>     Ken A.
>
>     --On Saturday, September 10, 2005 9:37 PM -0700 cr mittal
>     wrote:
>
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