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  1. T. S. Eliot and the Cultural Divide by David E. Chinitz, 2005-12-01
  2. Preface to T.S. Eliot (Preface Books) by Ronald Tamplin, 1988-12
  3. T.S. Eliot and the Poetics of Literary History by Gregory S. Jay, 1983-11
  4. T. S. Eliot by T. S. Pearce, 1969-01
  5. T.S. Eliot: Essays from the Southern Review by T. S. Eliot, 1988-12-29
  6. Modernism, Memory, and Desire: T. S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf by Gabrielle McIntire, 2008-02-25
  7. T.S. Eliot, Vedanta, and Buddhism by P. S. Sri, 1986-03
  8. The Early T. S. Eliot and Western Philosophy by Rafey Habib, 1999-06-28
  9. Celebrating T.S. Eliot: On the Centennial of His Birth : 1888-1988 by John H. Morgan, Madeleine Kisner, 1988-11
  10. Aethereal Rumours: T.S. Eliot's Physics and Poetics by Benjamin G. Lockerd, 1998-12
  11. The Waste Land (Norton Critical Editions) by T. S. Eliot, 2000-12
  12. Eliot and His Age: T. S. Eliot's Moral Imagination in the Twentieth Century by Russell Kirk, 2008-07-15
  13. T.S. Eliot and Eugene O'Neill: The Dream and the Nightmare, Centenary Celebrations : 1988 by P. S. Deshpande, P. S. Kimbahune, et all 1992-01
  14. T.S. Eliot: Philosophical Themes in Drama by S. S. Deo, 1987-07

81. Eliot, George. 1917. The Mill On The Floss. Vol. IX. Harvard Classics Shelf Of F
Online publication of The Mill on the Floss.
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82. The Lifted Veil, By George Eliot. Read It Now For Free! (Homepage)
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83. George Eliot Homepage And Biography On
Middlemarch, The Mill on the Floss, and Silas Marner. With an introduction to the author.
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Life of Jesus Westminster Review , of which from 1851-53 she was assistant-editor. In this capacity she was much thrown into the society of Herbert Spencer and George Henry Lewes ( q.v Essence of Christianity , the only one of her writings to which she attached her real name. It was not until she was nearly 40 that she appears to have discovered the true nature of her genius; for it was not until 1857 that The Sad Fortunes of the Rev. Amos Barton appeared in , and announced that a new writer of singular power had arisen. It was followed by and , all three being reprinted as Scenes from Clerical Life Adam Bede was published in 1859, The Mill on the Floss , in its earlier chapters largely autobiographical, in 1860, Silas Marner , perhaps the most artistically constructed of her books, in 1861. In 1860 and 1861 she visited Florence with the view of preparing herself for her next work, Ramola , a tale of the times of Savonarola, which appeared in 1863 in the Cornhill Magazine. Felix Holt the Radical

84. T.S. Eliot - Poems And Biography By
Short biography, and the poems from his first two collections Prufrock and Other Observations , and Poems .
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Eliot has been one of the most daring innovators of twentieth-century poetry. Never compromising either with the public or indeed with language itself, he has followed his belief that poetry should aim at a representation of the complexities of modern civilization in language and that such representation necessarily leads to difficult poetry. Despite this difficulty his influence on modern poetic diction has been immense. Eliot's poetry from Prufrock (1917) to the Four Quartets (1943) reflects the development of a Christian writer: the early work, especially The Waste Land (1922), is essentially negative, the expression of that horror from which the search for a higher world arises. In Ash Wednesday (1930) and the Four Quartets this higher world becomes more visible; nonetheless Eliot has always taken care not to become a "religious poet". and often belittled the power of poetry as a religious force. However, his dramas Murder in the Cathedral (1935) and The Family Reunion (1939) are more openly Christian apologies. In his essays, especially the later ones, Eliot advocates a traditionalism in religion, society, and literature that seems at odds with his pioneer activity as a poet. But although the Eliot of

85. IMS: T.S. Eliot, HarperAudio
Audio recording of the author reading The Waste Land. Available in .au, ram and gsm formats.
T.S. Eliot
The Waste Land
T.S. Eliot reads his classic poem "The Waste Land." Born in St. Louis, Missouri, and educated at Harvard, Eliot lived most of his life in England. In 1948 he was awarded the Nobel Prize. The poem has five sections and has been split into four sound files: The Waste Land is considered to be Eliot's masterpiece, rich in symbolic, literary, and historical references as the poem explores the struggles of a soul in despair.
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86. The Waste Land By T.S. Eliot As Hypertext
Hypertext presentation of The Waste Land by T S Eliot.
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The Waste Land is a landmark in 20th Century Literature. In it, Eliot takes the reader on a dreamlike odyssey through time, space and the imagination.
One of its most prominent features is Eliot's extensive use of literary collage. The Waste Land is a network of quotations from, and references to, a wide range of literary and religious texts, and it is this aspect of The Waste Land text that this explores. Eliot's quotations and references are linked to the texts he took them from. These texts are presented in full, where possible, so the reader can become immersed in the literary context that Eliot evokes. Unfortunately, to read the Waste Land alongside the texts it draws upon, you will need a browser capable of showing frames .

87. T S Eliot's Poem The Love Song Of J Alfred Prufrock, English Literature Essay
A study of the character of J. Alfred Prufrock, showing how his fear of his real self being known results in his leading a restricted and impoverished life
T. S. Eliot The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
by Brandon Colas Bookshop > Bookshop English Literature T. S. Eliot ... GCSE Books For more on T S Eliot see The T S Eliot Page > C. S. Lewis once stated, "Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken. If you want to make sure of keeping it intact you must give it to no one. To love is to be vulnerable." Throughout T. S. Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," a man's characterization explains why he hides his true self behind an impenetrable shell, unintentionally stunting his personality. This poem uses J. Alfred Prufrock, a nervous and obsessively introspective man, to show readers that only open vulnerability, not fantasy and dreams, can serve as a bridge to meet emotional needs and provide meaning to life. The epigraph alluded to from Dante's Inferno is a response to the question, "Who are you?" This question is a major theme of the poem. Guido da Montefeltro, a corrupt Franciscan, identifies himself to Dante, basing his self-revelation on confidence that no one else will discover his identity. Montefeltro will conditionally answer the question, "Who are you?," but to this "overwhelming question," Prufrock will only snap, "do not ask, 'What is it?'" (11-12). Prufrock's characterization explains his fear that his true self will be revealed to the ladies at the tea party he is about to attend. No master of small talk, he repeatedly wonders how-and why-he should begin to talk about his unexciting life (54, 60, 61, 68, 69). He wants to sound important, but what will he say if a lady expects him to talk about himself? Any revelation about him could bring indifferent rejection. He is certain that the ladies will not care about "the butt-ends of my days and ways," fearing that when he shares part of himself with another, she will be uninterested in his life (60).

88. Eliotylagranpreguntadeldurazno
Art culo de Amir Hamed que analiza la vigencia de la obra Balada de Alfred J Prufrock .
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ISSN 1688-1672 ELIOT, T.S. - PRUFROCK - PREGUNTAS POR EL SER - Eliot y la gran pregunta del durazno* Amir Hamed Ya son muchos los que han descubierto que, de tan informados, ya casi no podemos decirnos nada literatura Balada de Alfred J Prufrock en tiempos tan agitados. Adelgaza ese héroe mínimo que es Prufrock, que escuchó cantar a las sirenas homéricas a sabiendas de que no cantaban para él. Entre tanto estrépito y páramo, las suyas son cuestiones de make up: si debe peinarse con la raya al medio, si debe volver a hacerse el dobladillo y las botamangas, mientras "en el cuarto de al lado las mujeres van y vienen hablando de Michelangelo ".

89. Martín Felipe Yriart: El Enigma De T.S. Eliot
Sobre la interpretaci n de Philip Edwards del poema de Elliot Usk por Mart n F. Yriart.
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El enigma de T.S. Eliot
Martín F. Yriart (*)
Escuela de Letras de Madrid
, agosto del 2003.
A 70 años de la publicación de Usk , el hermético poema de T.S. Eliot, que ahora ha dado la vuelta al mundo, con motivo de la afirmación de un profesor de literatura retirado de que finalmente ha descifrado su verdadero significado, cabe preguntarse cuál era la intención estética de su autor, al construir un enigma impenetrable, si es que es eso lo que se propuso. Esta pregunta no responde a una mera curiosidad psicológica, ni al desafío de descifrar una clave oculta, si no a la necesidad del lector de encontrar una actitud apropiada ante el poema. Philip Edwards, profesor retirado de Literatura Inglesa de la Universidad de Liverpool, en una entrevista con el diario británico The Guardian (que reproducimos en otro lugar de Actualidad Literaria ) afirma que Usk , el poema de Eliot considerado indescifrable por sus críticos, en realidad se refiere a The White Hart Inn , un pub del pueblecito galés que dio nombre al poema, y que Eliot visitó en 1947.

90. T. S. Eliot Un Revolucionario Conservador
Estudio de Carlos Iturra sobre la vida y pensamiento del poeta ingl s.

91. AHA Information: Samuel Eliot Morison Presidential Address (1950)
Presidential address read at the annual dinner of the American Historical Association in Chicago on December 29, 1950, subsequently printed in American Historical Review 562 (January 1951).
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92. "The Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock - Versuch Einer Interpretation"
Referat von Andrea K. Heil. Mit Links zu einer deutschen bersetzung und Literaturquellen.
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    " ...denn ich [Eliot] bin der Meinung, daß der Dichter nicht eine 'Persönlichkeit' darzustellen hat, sondern ein bestimmtes Medium, welches nur ein Medium und nicht eine Persönlichkeit ist, in dem sich Eindrücke und Erfahrungen in besonderer und unerwarteter Weise verbinden. Eindrücke und Erfahrungen, welche für den Menschen wichtig sind, mögen keine Rolle in der Dichtung spielen, und jene, welche in der Dichtung wichtig werden, mögen nur eine unbedeutende Rolle für den Menschen, die Persönlichkeit spielen."

93. Federal Bureau Of Investigation - Freedom Of Information Privacy Act
Contains facsimile copies of documents concerning Ness and his involvement with the FBI. Released under the Freedom of Information Act.
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FOIA Home Search FOIA website Contact Us Records Available Now Hot Topics Electronic Reading Room FBI Headquarters Reading Room Records Available by Request Overview eFOIA Request Form U.S. Department of Justice Form 361, Certification of Identity (pdf) What Happens After Making a Request ... Appeals Understanding FBI Records A Guide to Conducting Research in FBI Records FBI File Classification List FBI Privacy Act Systems Privacy Impact Assessments ... Prepublication Review Office Resources U.S. Department of Justice FOIA website U.S. Department of Justice Reference Guide FBI homepage 129 pages Eliot Ness was born April 19, 1903 in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Ness was popularly credited with the downfall of Chicago organized crime czar Alphonse Capone. The FBI information concerns the relationship between Mr. Ness and the FBI while he served as Director of Public Safety in Cleveland, Ohio during the 1930's and other law enforcement positions he later held. Part 01 Part 02 Part 03 Part 04 ...

94. Eliot Ness Photos In Press Collection
Information on his time as the city s safety director and his failed bid for mayor. Includes profile and an image gallery. From the Cleveland Memory Project.
Eliot Ness
In Cleveland (not the play!)
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Eliot Ness for Mayor of Cleveland on a tree.
9-27-47 [only date on photo verso, handwritten]
Checked in to Press library Oct. 24, 1947
"Eliot Ness, R., escorting a friend"
Checked in to Press library Feb. 27, 1927
"Eliot Ness, right, and nephew, Wallace Ness Jamie, in Chicago's Palmer Park."
Checked in to Press library Feb. 27, 1927
"Eliot NEss, R, and a young boy friend." Checked in to Press library Feb. 24, 1927 "Eliot Ness, L., and nephew Wally Jamie, and anouther boyhood friend." Checked in to Press library Feb. 27, 1957 "Eliot Ness in a hurry." Checked in to Press library Feb. 24, 1927 From L. to R. - Capt. Arthur Roth, Eliot Ness, and Michael Shuga, 13

95. Encyclopedia Of Cleveland History:NESS, ELIOT
Information on his crackdown on corruption and other efforts in the city during the 1930s.

96. ELIOT NESS RETURNS - By John Herrington
Article about the burial ceremony of Ness s ashes. From WMV Web News Cleveland.
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Story filed August 27, 1997 From 1935-1942, he was Cleveland's "top cop." Eliot Ness died in 1957. He was cremated. His ashes have been with family members since then. After the deaths of his third wife, Elizabeth, and their adopted son, Bobby, other relatives said they weren't certain what to do with those ashes. Now, 40 years later, the cremains of Eliot Ness will be put to rest. His ashes, along with those of Elizabeth and Bobby, will be dispersed at Lake View Cemetery's Wade Lake, Sept. 10, in a private ceremony that will be "befitting (for) this man who had such a lasting impact on Cleveland." There will be muffled drums and bagpipes, color guards and honor guards, and a monument to Ness will be unveiled: an inscribed granite boulder " be placed on a public pathway near the lake that will stand in perpetuity to honor this great law enforcement officer," according to the continuing description from the Cleveland Police Historical Society. (That memorial is a gift of the long-time Cleveland monument company, "Johns-Carabelli-Mayfair Memorials.") Ness family survivors have given permission to the Police Historical Society and Museum and Lake View for the ceremony.

97. Eliot Ness: The Man Behind The Myth — Introduction — Crime Library On TruTV.
Biography from the Crime Library including stories of his adventures after Chicago.

98. Town Of Eliot, Maine --
Provides local government information, including board and committee members, agendas, zoning ordinances, town clerk, fire department, schools, and history.

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