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All fine and dandy, until he drags in Larkin, who I'd suggest could be
very good indeed, but only in parts, and was a bit of a runner-up to the
front-runners, in the form of Eliot, trailed by Auden

On 28 September 2011 21:59, Rickard A. Parker <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> The Cornell Daily Sun
> The Sun Online
> Front Page  Opinion & Editorial
> A Tale of Two Poets
> September 28, 2011
> By Elias Wynshaw
>
> We often mention T.S. Eliot and W.H. Auden in the same breath, though
> this pairing presents us not with a simple union but a choice between
> two very different approaches to art. Readers, I have noticed, can like
> both poets, but can never like them equally. When we place these two
> together, the juxtaposition is a difficult one, leading us always to an
> overwhelming question:
>
> http://www.cornellsun.com/**section/opinion/content/2011/**
> 09/28/tale-two-poets<http://www.cornellsun.com/section/opinion/content/2011/09/28/tale-two-poets>
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>
> Regards,
>    Rick Parker
>