Thomas Stearns Eliot was born in St Louis, Missouri, in 1888. He moved to England in 1914 and published his first book of poems in 1917. He received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948. Eliot died in 1965.
The cultural relevance of Thomas Eliot's body of poetry magnifies as we hit the second decade of the Twenty-First Century. Read morePublished on Sept. 5 2012 by AP
"Let us go then you and I" . . . "April is the cruellest month" . . . These are merely the two most famous examples of Mr. Read morePublished on March 22 2004 by Fan of Fred Williamson
The most discussed, frequently invoked 20th-century poet in both American as well as British literature academic arenas (the advantage of a St. Read morePublished on Nov. 7 2002 by Caponsacchi
T.S.Eliot Collected Poems are beyond any words of a common person like me.Published on Nov. 5 2002 by Maria H. R. Souza
I'm writing a paper on T. S. Eliot's use of quotation in The Waste Land, and I would love to quote your review as one possible viewpoint on the finished product of a "cut and... Read morePublished on Feb. 9 2002 by "firstname.lastname@example.org"
I'll quote from Prufrock 'til I'm a pair of ragged claws. T.S. Eliot wrote the best poem in the English language and he also wrote the best 4 lines in the German language. Read morePublished on Sept. 3 2001 by "ian_holcomb"
Even if you don't like Eliot's poetry, chances are that he quotes some lines from a poet you like. Eliot copies and pastes other people's writings to equate himself with them. Read morePublished on July 25 2001 by Customer
I became familiar with Eliot's work chronologically, learning something new at each step. "Prufrock" introduced me to modern poetical structure, "The Waste... Read morePublished on Aug. 28 2000 by Christopher Culver