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Showing 59 results for TS Eliot
These three letters give us insights into the composition and publication of the poem. Two are written by the poet himse...
This is the cover of the first edition of T S Eliot’s collection of poems Prufrock and Other Observations, which was pub...
This is an early critical essay by T S Eliot which has had a widespread influence – both on critical readings of Eliot’s...
This is a copy of T S Eliot’s second book of poetry, Poems (1919). It was published by the Hogarth Press, which had been...
This pamphlet contains T S Eliot’s Animula (1929), published with artwork by Gertrude Hermes as the third of Eliot’s con...
This article by T S Eliot reflects on the death of the music hall performer Marie Lloyd (1870-1922). Titled ‘London Lett...
This is a selection from Nightwood (1936), a novel by the artist and writer Djuna Barnes (1892–1982), with a preface wri...
The American edition of T S Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, a whimsical collection of 14 poems about cats w...
This is a selection from a pamphlet which illustrates the relationship between the poets T S Eliot and Ezra Pound. The f...
The Waste Land is arguably the most influential modernist poem of the 20th century. It was first published in October 19...
This pamphlet contains T S Eliot’s Marina (1929), published with artwork by E McKnight Kauffer as the fourth of Eliot’s ...
This interview between Donald Hall and the poet T S Eliot was the first contribution to ‘The Art of Poetry’, a prestigio...
This pamphlet contains T S Eliot’s Journey of the Magi (1927), published with artwork by E McKnight Kauffer as the first...
This pamphlet contains T S Eliot’s Triumphal March (1931), published with artwork by E McKnight Kauffer as the fifth of ...
These letters between T S Eliot and the poet Robert Waller (1913–2005) show Eliot in his capacity as editor and board me...