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The preconversion folk say little about his conversion as part of his quest; for them it is a betrayal. The post conversion folk tend to look only at the message(quest); the medium is beside the point.

Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>On 8/3/2013 1:36 PM, P wrote:
>> Has anyone ever written on Eliot's Classicism vis-a-vis his 
>> religious/spiritual quest (which is the only meaningful dimension of 
>> his biography)?
>
>     LOL --  it's a bit like asking has anyone written seriously about T 
>S Eliot's writing.  I think so.
>
>  Ken A