We Have Seen This Show Before — By: Crisis Magazine

Amid the scattered remnants of Heraclitus, a wise old Greek who lived twenty-five hundred years ago, there are one or two fragments that have managed to find their way into the text of Four Quartets, T.S. Eliot’s poetic masterpiece on the meaning of time and history, which he reproduces in order to illustrate something of what his own poem is trying to say. Here is one of them: Although the…


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