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Ash Wednesday

T.S. Eliot

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Added by: Marjorie
When read outloud, these pages are powerfully musical and the way T.S. masterfully weaves words becomes apparent.
T S Eliot's "Ash Wednesday"
Added by: M West
Where exactly in Ezekiel does the quotation "And God said/Shall these bones live?" come from? I've looked but keep missing it or is it FROM elsewhere?
Added by: C Vick
While this probably comes too late for M. West, the ref. is Ez. 37
Added by: Hill
when i read poems by t.s.eliot its so confusing, there are so many hiddenn themes. poetry should be kept simple, how can the readers understand.? and why write a poem that only you as the poet knows the true meaning.

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