The Annotated Waste Land with Eliot’s Contemporary Prose: Second Edition
T. S. Eliot
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Corrected it. How vast used to be the matter? no longer very. The Boni and Liveright textual content contained 8 mistakes and one capability version, a¤ecting a complete of seventeen traces. (The cause of the discrepancy among those ﬁgures [nine and seventeen] is that of the mistakes in B recurred ﬁve instances each one; if we subtract the 4 “repeats” of the 2 blunders [eight “repeats”] from the seventeen traces, then our ﬁgures coincide.) If we put aside questions of font adjustments for the instant, the 8 mistakes.
Russian, I come from Lithuania, a true German” (German). 15 [Marie]: In her notes to The Waste Land: A Facsimile and Transcription of the unique Drafts (hereafter TWL:AF), Valerie Eliot states that Eliot “met” the Countess Marie Larisch, notwithstanding “when and the place isn't really known,” and that “his description of the sledding . . . was once taken verbatim from a talk he had with” her (p. 126). Marie Larisch (1858–1940) used to be the illegitimate daughter of Ludwig Wilhelm, inheritor to the throne of Bavaria, and.
Plutôt qu’indi¤érent. Son pareil le suivait: barbe, oeil, dos, bâton, loques, Nul trait ne distinguait, du même enfer venu, Ce jumeau centenaire, et ces spectres baroques Marchaient du même pas vers un yet inconnu. À quel complot infâme étais-je donc en butte, Ou quel méchant hasard ainsi m’humiliait? motor vehicle je comptai sept fois, de minute en minute, Ce sinistre vieillard qui se multipliait! Que celui-là qui rit de mon inquiétude, Et qui n’est pas saisi d’un frisson fraternel, Songe bien que malgré.
corridor Stirs, and the sq. grows round; which, no matter what its goal, is extra absurd than it was once meant to be. Marvell additionally falls into the even commoner errors of pictures that are overdeveloped or distracting; which aid not anything yet their very own misshapen our bodies: And now the salmon-ﬁshers wet Their leathern boats start to hoist; And, like Antipodes in footwear, Have shod their heads of their canoes.26 Of this kind of photo a decision assortment might be present in Johnson’s “Life of Cowley.”27 yet.
Is aesthetic excitement, and people which provide aesthetic excitement within the creation of a few different e¤ect. The paintings of poetry is usually stated to be played by means of photos; via a cumulative succession of pictures each one fusing with the subsequent; or by means of the speedy and unforeseen blend of pictures it seems that unrelated, that have their courting enforced upon them through the brain of the writer. This seems to be precise, yet 164 eliot’s modern prose it doesn't persist with that there are designated.