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Probably more like the Sensidyne of consciousness.
Cheers,
Peter
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Peter wrote:

"Somewhere Eliot said that he found his poetic inspiration to come
by something like squeezing toothpaste out of a tube."
 
The Crest of consciousness?  Diana
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Date:  Wed, 22 Nov 2006 07:21:11 -0800

It would be an interesting subject to study in how many ways
  
poetry came to Eliot. The poet threw in hints here and there.
  
What went into its preparation is, of course, another matter.
  
 
  
Cheers!
  
 
  
~ CR

Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
  
    
Somewhere Eliot said that he found his poetic inspiration to come
  
by something like squeezing toothpaste out of a tube.
  
 
  
P.
  
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Subject: Re: Stream of Consciousness
  

  
The splash of consciousness
  
 
  
P.
  
  
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The Niagara Falls of consciousness. Hmmm. Sounds like a fainting fit! The rapids of consciousness?
  
Diana
  
  
  From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]>
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Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2006 11:56:43 -0800

         
Then there's Niagara Falls.
  
  
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Subject: Stream of Consciousness
  

  
  
  
Why must it be a stream? A river is wider and deeper. The "sea of consciousness" has obvious parallels with the mind, being a continuum of dark depths to illuminated surface, but the ocean as a metaphor lacks the obvious directionality of a stream -- more Bergson's "duration" than a forward-moving flow of time. Perhaps "the English Channel of consciousness" is apt? Diana<
  
  
  
    
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Ken Armstrong wrote:
>
> Wouldn't the "Post-stream of consciousness" be a pool of some sort,
> perhaps the cesspool of p-modernism, etc.

Oh, that damned stream of consciousness!

Regards,
     Rick Parker


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