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The ignorance of my parents infuriated me. They knew nothing of Sigmund Freud
, of The Golden Bough, of T. S. Eliot. (I forgot, conveniently, that at the beginning
of the year my knowledge of Freud, The Golden Bough, T. S. Eliot, was limited.) ...
... a problem may have been solved but at too great a cost, were overtaken by the
dreamlike reality of the first death by water, and the fact that I chose to identify
both in a quote from T. S. Eliot, reminding me that I still inhabited a literary world.
The greatest, with Joyce, Yeats, T. S. Eliot . . . 'And Auden?' 'Oh, Auden! Yes.' 'And
T. S. Eliot is the head of Faber and Faber!' The excitement of the evening kept me
awake when all had gone to bed, most with their chosen sleeping partners.
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