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T.S Eliot: T.S Eliot

Year 12 Advanced English

Finding Resources in Oliver


Here are some books that you may find useful during your studies.  Search the Bennies catalogue Accessit for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS..


T.S.Eliot Quotes

BBC Podcast

Melvyn Bragg and guests, including Steve Connor and Lawrence Rainey, discuss TS Eliot's seminal poem The Waste Land and its ambivalence to the modern world of technology, democracy and capitalism that was being forged around it.

Trove- T.S Eliot


British Library

Articles on T.S Eliot 

You Tube

This portrait/documentary tells the whole story of the life and work of T.S. Eliot including the happiness he found in the last years of life in his second marriage. His widow Valerie Eliot has opened her personal archive, hitherto unseen, including the private scrapbooks and albums in which Eliot assiduously recorded their life together.
This film brings an unprecedented insight into the mysterious life of one of the 20th century's greatest poets, and re-examines his extraordinary work and its startling immediacy in the world today. Thomas Stearns Eliot materialises as banker, critic, playwright, children's writer, churchwarden, publisher, husband and poet.
Contributors include Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney, Lady Spender, Jeanette Winterson, Christopher Ricks and Andrew Lloyd-Webber.

This site continues the mission of the late Valerie Eliot: to bring her husband’s life and work to as wide an audience as possible. T. S. Eliot excelled not only as a poet, but also as a dramatist, critic, editor and publisher and means to do justice to that variety.


State Library NSW

State Library NSW Resources for Advanced English Modules A, B and C

The 1948 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, T.S. Eliot is highly distinguished as a poet, a literary critic, a dramatist, an editor, and a publisher.

Poetry Foundation

The 1948 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, T.S. Eliot is highly distinguished as a poet, a literary critic, a dramatist, an editor, and a publisher. In 1910 and 1911, while still a college student, he wrote “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,”

Useful Links

Audio Recordings from The Poetry Archive