“Water, water everywhere…”: Dry Salvages 2

“Dry Salvages” is Eliot’s “Water Quartet.” To the extent that the first two “Quartets” take place anywhere, they take place on land—often in a dry and barren land, sometimes in an equally barren and desolate urban landscape.  But at the beginning of “The Dry Salvages,” landscape changes to riverscape and then to seascape.  This is … Continue reading “Water, water everywhere…”: Dry Salvages 2