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

>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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