The lines certainly make an
Something like a seen from the Great
Perhaps a foreshadowing thereof.
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Sent: Saturday, May 29, 2010 6:42
Subject: Re: a poetic reflection
"The dripping plastered houses stand
mendicants without regrets
For unpaid debts
Indifferent if derided."
The lines deserve to stand
at the head of Eliot's pre-Conversion poetry up to The Hollow
Men. I hope you've enjoyed the
ramifications of each phrase.
//A funtabulous fusion of hilarity and
seriousness, Eliot's lines from 'Fourth Caprice in Montparnasse'
deserve to stand at the head of "Prufrock and Other Observations"
-- an acid comment on what Vincent Sherry
calls //"[the] underside of urban
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> // "The dripping plastered houses stand
Like mendicants without regrets
> For unpaid debts
in pocket, undecided,
> Indifferent if derided." //
> -'Fourth Caprice in Montparnasse',