Re: Maeterlinck, Coburn
Jan 08, 1995 11:32 AM
by William Allen
I think you're right. Thanks very much for the reference.
Someone from Wheaton gave me a reference to a Maeterlinck essay
that talks about theosophy....trying to track it down.
Our of town for a few days.
See you later.
> Cranston's biog. of HPB (p. 359) quotes George Russell:
> "It is paying a poor compliment to men like Yeats, Maeterlinck,
> and others, to men like Sir William Crookes, the greatest chemist
> of modern times, who was a member of her society..."
> Sounds like Y. and M. (says Russell) were not members of the TS
> -- but I'm pretty sure Yeats *was*.
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