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On 9/16/2014 12:16 PM, Carrol Cox wrote:
> Four Quartets, The Essay on Man, Religio Laici, and, to some extent,
> Paradise Regained, all pose a similar barrier to the reader: the temptation
> to see them as philosophy and/or theology. And unfortunately, all,
> considered as philosophy, are total failures, utterly boring. All are pretty
> good poems, however, for the reader who can escape the temptation.

     Sitting here plunk in the middle of the Ohio Valley there's so much 
that escapes my firsthand perusal. I hear that out west the skies are 
really big, as big as the West is bigger than the East, but that if you 
want to go east, you have to go east.

   Ken A

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