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At 10:09 AM 7/30/2007, Diana Manister wrote:

>Peter, while Eliot is not above simplistic satire, as evidenced by the 
>excised Fresca section, his treatment of Madam Sosostris is more 
>ambiguous. If her prediction about death by water comes true,

   The irony is that it has already happened. She not only can not predict 
the future,  but doesn't do well with the past. TSE's treatment of Madame S 
is not all that ambiguous.

Ken A.