A Public Appeal In


A Public Appeal

In his comment below, and again on his Blog, Dylan has tantilized us with the following promise:

I might blog something about fragmentation and modern "epics" : the tendency which became most notable with Eliot's The Waste Land -- and upon close re-reading, we see passages of beauty and great technical accomplishment! --perhaps began with our rambunctious buddy Walt Whitman and "Song of Myself" (where, praise God, he does write about many things other than himself!).

I am anxiously awaiting this, and I am certain that there will be much of interest and much for me to comment on. So this is a public appeal to make certain that it happens. (Dylan is actually very good about these things--when he posts an intent, generally we get the result--this is just an encouragement).

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