Thursday, January 26, 2006

Relief for the Wallet, Part Deux

Turns out it'll take the library a week or two to get the anthologies from the publisher and place them on reserve. The only things we're reading from the Poetics anthology in these first three weeks are:

Ezra Pound, "A Retrospect"

T.S. Eliot, "Tradition and the Individual Talent"

So there you go.

If you decide not to buy the Poetry anthology because you have the poems elsewhere, that's O.K. by me. Just take it upon yourself to track them down and bring them to class for our discussions. If you don't have a basic anthology already, this isn't such a bad one to own--it's pretty up-to-date, with decent bios and good footnotes--but it's your call. Sound fair?

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