Geoffrey Hill, Collected Critical Writings page 561
This text establishes a critical point of view within the text in question: a measure of justice, reflexive/toward the subject of the text. Hill has placed it in the narrative of Eliot’s career and by extension the history of modern poetry via the objective correlative. According to Hill, Eliot failed to be true to his idea.
The condition of the judgment is what I call the between.
Betweens are communities.
There are many betweens. There is also a between between all relative betweens and God. God in this Between is the creative agapeic No-thing outside of all betweens.
As any reader of Desmond can testify, the community of betweens is made possible by word play of Joycian proportions.