T.S. Eliot

The new edition of Eliot’s elusive poems surprises, delights and informs

A filial memoir of Britain’s apostle of modernism in art

The latest volume of T.S. Eliot’s letters provide agreeable shocks and reveals the travails of both his professional and love lives

The considered high-mindedness of Eliot or Larkin is no longer a prerequisite for members of today’s literary establishment

True Friendship: Geoffrey Hill, Anthony Hecht, and Robert Lowell under the Sign of Eliot and Pound by Christopher Ricks

The Letters of T.S. Eliot — Volume 2: 1923-25

Thomas Hardy and T.S. Eliot are the two greatest 20th-century poets in the English language, despite what they may have thought of one another. It is remarkable that the readers of Hardy’s fiction remain unaware that his poems are far more affecting than any of his novels