Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (Classic Reprint)


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Excerpt from Hugh Selwyn Mauberley The tea-rose tea-gown, etc. Supplants the mousseline of Cos, The pianola "replaces" Sappho's barbitos. Christ follows Dionysus, Phallic and ambrosial Made way for macerations; Caliban casts out Ariel. All things are a flowing, Sage Heracleitus says; But a tawdry cheapness Shall reign throughout our days. Even the Christian beauty Defects - after Samothrace; Decreed in the market place. Faun's flesh is not to us, Nor the saint's vision. We have the press for wafer; Franchise for ...

Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (Classic Reprint) 2015, Forgotten Books

ISBN-13: 9781440077128

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