Re: Steiner and the Heise Book
- To give the devil his due: as PS is deligted to
say, I am indeed "unaware" of very much regarding
the Heise book. This is hardly surprising,
since it is the reason why I asked the questions
on-list in the first place.
I'm not very likely to check the sources PS
cites, since they are mostly in German and
tucked away in remote archives. But I would
be interested to see the *primary* documents
from the Nachlassverwaltung, if anyone has
them and would translate them.
I have searched for Ursula Marcum's dissertation
and haven't found it available online. Heise's
letters tell only his side of the story, so I
consider them to be in need of corroboration.
I don't consider Lindenberg to be a generally
reliable source, if his work on the history of
the Grail is any indication:
Still looking for *information*,
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert Mason <robertsmason_99@...>
>Sorry; wrong e-list. That was unintentional.
> To give the devil his due: as PS is deligted to