Thanks, Tim, I just wondered, given that the current project is the COMPLETE prose, of what another project could be composed?
Selected, I suppose. I did enjoy Pritchard's review, even if I can't spell his name correctly. I thought he made a dignified response to the overdone, underthought shredding that Lachlan Mackinnon did for the TLS (and I thought it was poor judgement, rather lame really, for the TLS to publish something as trashy as Mackinnon's piece about one of its former, major contributors .... and England's favorite poet at that). But not surprising. At any rate, I won't hold my breath for anything new from Faber and Archie Burnett.
[log in to unmask]">Thanks for calling attention to Pritchard’s review. I see you refer to his footnoteAnother substantial edition is in the works, edited by Archie Burnett (Faber).I’ll believe it when I see it! Eventual printed volumes have been promised from the beginning of the project.On Sep 1, 2020, at 5:10 PM, Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> wrote: WARNING: This message has originated from an External Source. This may be a phishing expedition that can result in unauthorized access to our IT System. Please use proper judgment and caution when opening attachments, clicking links, or responding to this email. I may have missed this from an earlier post. Wm. Prichard in his Hudson Review review of Eliot's late prose mentions in its one endnote that Archie Burnett is doing another book on or of Eliot's prose for Faber. That is all he says, so I'm wondering if anyone has more info about it? Thanks. Ken A
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