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On 11/17/2012 12:26 PM, Nancy Gish wrote:
> At once, on learning that volume 2 was out and now volume 3, I 
> immediately ordered Eliot's letters. I have them here and plan to 
> start on 3 this week. I guess I must have a profound sensibility to 
> language.

    No, not if you follow the logic out. It depends on what you do next, 
i.e. what you pour out. Of course, profundity need not enter the 
equation at all.

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> >>> Chokh Raj 11/17/12 10:33 AM >>>
> Just one instance of the alacrity, the sensitivity and the pace with 
> which Eliot's sensibility responded to Laforgue's influence. Here's 
> Lyndall Gordon's insightful account:
>
> p. 42  "At once, on discovering Symons, Eliot ordered three volumes of 
> Laforgue from France. The Oeuvres completes must have arrived in the 
> spring of 1909, certainly in time for Eliot to read them over the 
> summer, and late in the autumn he began to pour out new poems..."
>
> http://books.google.com/books?id=Ndb_HDuycu0C&pg=PA42&lpg=PA42&dq#v=onepage&q&f=false
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