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Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2008 06:44:31 -0700
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Subject: Re: The Absolute (Was Re: THE LINE ABOUT THE BURGLAR AND THROWING MEAT TO THE DOG)
To: [log in to unmask]Thanks, Peter, for sharing these valuable, and warm, notes. CR
Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Lewis was definitely a Romantic, which is probably whyhe didn't like Eliot's work - the approach of the Classicist.Eliot's conversion was definitely not one of feeling. Much morelike the absence of feeling -- the dark night. When they weretogether in person they managed to get along, but apparently just barely.Lewis was one of the founders of The Inkling drinking, Anglo-Saxontranslating club that gathered either in his rooms at Oxford or atThe Eagle and Child pub (lovingly known as the Bird and Baby).The one member of that group who really liked Eliot was Charles Williams.He wrote an appreciative review of some of Eliot's poetry, and Eliot wrotea very appreciative intro to C.W.'s ALL HALLOW'S EVE. Eliot is also
a singular if unnamed presence in C.W.'s DESCENT INTO HELL.BTW Owen Barfield's SAVING THE APPEARANCES tho smallis a book very challenging indeed.I liked the Hippolytos ref. and also the idea of imaginationas an avenue to knowledge, in contradistinction to science.Cheers,P.
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