Works by T.S. Eliot
This website has online copies of a number of works by T.S. Eliot.
These works are understood to be in the public domain in the U.S.
but perhaps not in other countries (particularly in the U.K. and E.U.)
Be careful about republication.
Works published after 1922 are still under copyright protection and are
Read some early poems by Eliot that are not included in his
Collected Poems. Currently available are "Ode,"
"Song to the Opherian" and
poems that Eliot wrote for The Harvard Advocate,
Harvard Universty's literary magazine, when he was a student there.
- The Rock (1934)
- Murder in the Cathedral (1935)
- The Family Reunion (1939)
- The Cocktail Party (1949)
- The Confidential Clerk (1954)
- The Elder Statesman (1958)
Some of Eliot's essays that are in the public domain have been collected here.
"London Letters" to The Dial
In 1921 and 1922 T.S. Eliot was the London correspondent to
The Dial magazine (New York) which
published eight letters by Eliot about the cultural scene in England.
Eliot's reviews and criticism of others are collected under
Eliot's book After Strange Gods was published in 1934
[London: Faber and Faber Ltd. (Feb.); New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company (Apr.)]
It is based on the three Page-Barbour lectures that Eliot gave at the
University of Virginia in 1933.
The book was never reprinted. However, the
The Virginia Quarterly Review website was granted
Mrs. Eliot's permission to publish images of draft pages of the
The start point at The Virginia Quarterly Review is the
webpage at URL:
Letters to and from T.S. Eliot during the years 1898-1922
have been collected in the book:
The Letters of T.S. Eliot.
Ed. Valerie Eliot.
New York: Harcourt Brace & Company
Currently the website only has
Eeldrop and Applexplex,
the only published work of fiction by the adult Eliot.
It is a short story published in 1917 in two parts in the
May and September issues of The Little Review.
TSEBase: The Online
Concordance to TS Eliot's
Collected Poems 1909-1962 is at URL:
Revision date (y/m/d h:m:s):
$Date: 2006/11/14 00:18:44 $
Rickard A. Parker