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CR wrote: 
The list has already familiarized me with all this. 
Well, one may not always agree with a divergent opinion. 
That's about all there is to it.

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So, in 'Burbank', a poem TSE self-described in his letters as "intensely serious", you think that he was satirizing Jews, that what he meant by "intensely serious" was showing that "it is a particular section of the jewish race that lends itself to satire in Eliot's poetry -- the type portrayed in 'Burbank' and 'Gerontion'"

--Tom --




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Date: Tue, Oct 11, 2011 1:57 pm
Subject: The Jew in Eliot's poetry (was Re: Eliot and literary culture)
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