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Now another question remains: do they translate the non-English in the
"Dante" essay.
http://www.bartleby.com/200/sw14.html

Regards,
   Rick Parker


On Thu, 24 Oct 2013 10:52:35 -0400, Ken Armstrong
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>On 10/24/2013 8:28 AM, Chokh Raj wrote:
>> To go by this Amazon link, it's a collection of Eliot's early poems
>> and essays.
>> There is a reader review at this link.
>>
>>
http://www.amazon.com/Paradise-Waste-Wiseblood-Classics-Volume/product-reviews/1492269255/ref=dp_db_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1
>
>    Thanks, CR, interesting Amazon review and you are correct about the
>contents. I posted an inquiry on the publisher's web page for the book
>and got a reply that included the table of contents:
>
>/TABLE OF CONTENTS
>Critical Introduction by Jeremiah Webster..................................1
>The Waste
>Land.............................................................................21
>Gerontion.......................................................................................47
>Burbank with a Baedeker: Bleistein with a Cigar......................50
>Sweeney
>Erect................................................................................52
>A Cooking
>Egg..............................................................................54
>The
>Hippopotamus................................................................
>.......56
>Dans le
>Restaurant........................................................................58
>Whispers of
>Immortality...............................................................60
>Sweeney Among the
>Nightingales...............................................62
>The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
>..........................................65
>Portrait of a
>Lady...........................................................................71
>Preludes..........................................................................................77
>Rhapsody on a Windy
>Night.......................................................80
>Morning at the
>Window...............................................................83
>The Boston Evening
>Transcript...................................................84
>Aunt
>Helen.....................................................................................85
>Cousin Nancy................................
>................................................86
>Mr.
>Apolinax..................................................................................87
>Hysteria...........................................................................................88
>Conversation
>Galante....................................................................89
>La Figlia Che
>Piange.....................................................................90
>Eeldrop and
>Appleplex..................................................................91
>Ezra Pound: Metric and
>Poetry....................................................99
>Tradition and the Individual
>Talent..........................................125
>Hamlet and His
>Problems..........................................................135
>Dante...................................................................141/
>
>
>It's more or less been done before, but the addition of Eeldrop and
>Appleplex is nice and it would be a handy volume for a cross country or
>trans-Atlantic flight.....I'd like to see if the introduction develops
>into anything more. With all of the collections of out-of-copyright
>early Eliot proliferating, the next big Eliot publishing project will
>probably have to be a collection of those introductions...
>
>Ken A
>