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Patricia Sloane -- a reader, and writer, "on whom ... nothing is lost"

A Review by Steven C. Scheer of Pat Sloane's T.S. Eliot's Bleistein Poems: Uses of Literary Allusion in "Burbank with a Baedeker: Bleistein with a Cigar" and "Dirge" (Inernational Scholars Publications - Lanham - New York - London: University Press of America, 2000) 

"meaning is context-bound, but context is boundless" 


CR 
http://www.stevencscheer.com/patriciasloane.htm 

David Boyd [log in to unmask] wrote Saturday, October 1, 2011 5:25 AM: 


//Pat's parents were eminent Jewish doctors, 
who established the NYC hospital for bone diseases. 
Pat died very suddenly in NYC of a heart attack age 67.
Fortunately she lived to see her big Bleistein book 
published //  
  
 
On 1 October 2011 01:22, Chokh Raj <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Thanks, Rick. I'm in the know of what you write. 
>I've heard it mentioned at this forum. Still, I think
>the list members can draw upon this publication, 
>or refer an interested person to it. 
> 
>Regards,
>  CR
> 
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>From: Rickard A. Parker <[log in to unmask]>
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Sent: Friday, September 30, 2011 5:11 PM
>Subject: Re: Patricia Sloane's Key to 'The Waste Land'
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>On 9/30/2011 9:35 AM, Chokh Raj wrote:
>> /"By this, and this only, we have existed" /
>> *Richard Wagner's Arthurian Sources, Jessie L. Weston, and T. S. Eliot's
>> "The Waste Land"*
>> PATRICIA SLOANE
>> //
>> /Arthuriana/
>> Vol. 11, No. 1, Wagner and the Arthurian Legend (SPRING 2001), pp. 30-53
>> (article consists of 24 pages)
>> http://www.jstor.org/stable/27869608
>> CR
>
>
>CR,
>
>You may not know this but Pat Sloane was one of the biggest
>contributors to the TSE list until her passing away almost 10 years ago
>(11/22/01).  In the TSE archives you can look up about a year's worth of
>her posts. Sometime prior to January 2001 the list server software was
>changed and the older archives were lost.
>
>Pat also had an early web presence at an AOL account and at the TSE
>server at missouri.edu but these pages are also lost.
>
>Regards,
>    Rick Parker
>
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