Agreed. Kind of "laid back" as it were.
Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Sometimes I think the effort to see Vivienne as
"every woman" in TWL is an effort to make the poem implode. In any
case, I was surprised after following the link to see how
un-antique she looked in that particular photograph. It may be the
low resolution or the wrinkles in my retinas, but she seems pretty
healthy and "normal" in that photo. In so many others I've seen,
she looks truly sad and pathetic, but in this one she looks like
she's holding her own quite well.
On 10/31/2013 6:24 AM, Chokh Raj wrote:
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face that looks "so antique"
Haigh-Wood Eliot (left), with
Peter Stainer and Mildred Woodruff:
I canâ€™t help it, she
said, pulling a long face,
them pills I took, to bring it
off, she said.