Getting in step with one's destiny? I like that.
Eliot, a man less buffeted by fate in the act of accepting his
Maybe the reviewer meant to underscore E's indefatigable/heroic struggle.
"I rejoice that things are as they are ... / having to construct something / Upon which to rejoice"
Thanks, CR. The UK edition comes out the 17th, but I notice
on stateside Amazon that the Kindle
edition is out Tuesday, though it's not
inexpensive at $34.99. But it would be delivered that
Regarding destiny, my Eliot prof. used to point out that //one can
struggle against one's fate or get in step with one's destiny//. No
doubt the reviewer meant //E was a man less buffeted by fate in the
act of accepting his destiny//. Can't really control it, destiny being
what it is..
On 1/13/2013 8:50 AM, Chokh Raj wrote:
"The fourth volume of
T S Eliot's correspondence reveals an influential and
newly self-confident figure, with deepened religious
Sunday 13 JANUARY 2013
"a man more in control
of his destiny"