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Comment 10 of 74, added on January 30th, 2011 at 3:15 AM.
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Comment 9 of 74, added on January 19th, 2011 at 3:55 AM.
this poem is really good work of art because of two reasons. it portrays
the exact life of modern men and women with full of reality and the later
one reflects the t.s.Eliot faith upon classicism and its philosophy. i love
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Comment 6 of 74, added on October 11th, 2009 at 6:56 PM.
I'm particularly fascinated by the mysterious geometry of the poem. "Silent
man in mocha brown sprawls at the window sill & gapes"; "...Leaves the room
and reappears outside the window looking in"; "The host with someone
indistinct converses at the door apart"...All this sort of non-Euclidean
geometry makes me think of Dali's "The Persistence of Memory"--the same
sort of feeling, that is.
Comment 5 of 74, added on September 19th, 2009 at 6:21 AM.
How about this:
Rachel has a new appelation - Rabinovich - is a modern jew. The jews of
old are changed to the decadent jews of today by the death of Christ. It is
these new jews of the roman occupation who killed Christ - Christ who
claimed to be the last and globally sufficient sacrifice. The last
dionysis. There would be no further annual sacrifice. We are now
disassociated from the old revivication of life in the seasons. We are
permanently validated. Our decadence is now our own. It is not the glorious
preamble of our remaking. Decadance is no longer redeemed as the
propitiation of a god. Just as Agememnon's death is not the glorious death
of a king in Troy. Or a sacrifice, but the sordid death of an adulterer, a
murderer of his own daughter, a man killed in his bath ignominiously by the
person whose trust he had despoiled, his wife. Agememnon is a false King
sacrifice. He was not supposed to die then - that is one of the operating
ironies of the Orestia. This rupture in moral precedence is the opening
crisis of the play. Its resolution is not ritual but extraordinary. Athena
herself must make a remarkable and singular judgement.
PS I think ( as have others ) that TS may have been an anti-Semite.
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