Here is my comics adaptation of an extract of the celebrated final section of T. S. Eliot’s poem “Little Gidding”, the last of his Four Quartets. This comic was commissioned by and originally appeared in the American magazine Plough Quarterly: http://www.plough.com/en
For a good contextualization of the adaptation on the Plough Quarterly website, click here: http://www.plough.com/en/topics/culture/poetry/little-gidding
As usual, a work which draws strength from its monochromatic apparent simplicity. Beautifully done.
Thanks! Looking back at this a few months on there are already a bunch of things I wish I had done differently, but I suppose that is always the way.
If you start going down that road, nothing is ever unwaveringly satisfactory. There always are things which, in retrospect, we imagine we could have done differently, better etc. I think one of the greatest challenges one faces, as a sentient, thinking, human being, is to learn how to be satisfied with one’s own work.
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It’s true, although I think dissatisfaction can be a powerful motivator to keep pushing oneself and explore new avenues.