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Pound did not try to transform The Waste Land into the sort of city poem he himself might have written. Like Telegraph Books on Facebook. Eliot saw its possibilities in London, in Januarywith the mangled drafts before him: He is the author of three collections of poetry, and the editor of London: Pound wrote "photo" beside the line, "Are you alive, or not?

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As Emile Benveniste has shown, polis cannot be translated into civitas without some distortion.

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The portrait of a lady that Pound most wholeheartedly blotted out was a swathe of Pope-like couplets concerning Fresca. Pointing out that these lines are "the first examples in the draft of [Eliot's] famous techniques of quotation and juxtaposition," Michael North suggests a direct connection between the miscellaneous format of the minstrel show--or, one might add, the English music hall--and the very form of The Waste Land. Eliot isn't the dry old stick of his self-caricature. Pound never did that: He reduced it by half, deleted the long opening describing a night out in Boston "He Do the Police in Different Voices"suppressed the hesitations, the autobiographical tone, and some of the pastiches of classical genres, and hence changed the polyphonic texture or tessitura of the poem. Eliot, who knew better, and maybe knew too much, chose the opposite strategy, becoming more British than the British after and his conversion to Anglo-Catholicism and devising a new and quite personal game of hide-and-seek with high culture.

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He bends her head beneath his knees, caresses the curve of her ears, and then proceeds to tighten his grip: The Pound colouring in these sketches did not quite suit Eliot. We might indeed he tempted to see in this productive coediting of a great poem the shift away from a bisexuality that left open many potentialities to masculine values mistakenly identified with the essence of high modernism. In his newspaper column, Gilbert Harding, a once-famous, now forgotten British broadcasting celebrity, recounted his embarrassment at being pointed out on the London underground while Eliot, "the greatest poet of the century", was ignored, unrecognised in the corner of the same compartment. Still, part of Eliot's original impulse in composing The Waste Land was lost in this collaboration precisely because Pound's relation to the cultural divide differed from Eliot's own. There is no evidence that Eliot was either a fornicator or a homosexual. Rather, he helped Eliot to write it in his own way.

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