This page contains the detailed information for the changes and additions done for the March 2002 website update. (March 31, 2002) It is a link off the 'What's New' page.
- A site map has been added
- Big changes to the Verdenal page. Now heavy in detail, comments, citations and bibliography
- The songs page has been updated with "Red Wing" lyrics
- Vastly expanded the bibliography page and categorized the entries
- Added pages with extra information on these books:
- Landscape as Symbol in the Poetry of T.S. Eliot
- Painted Shadow: A Life of Vivienne Eliot
Links to this site:
- Add a page to search for "The Waste Land" with different search engines (and their ranking of this site)
- Have a page listing other pages linking to this site
- Line 25 - "There is shadow under this red rock"
- Line 55 - "The Hanged God"
- Line 119 - "Inferno, Canto V"
- Line 199 - "Red Wing"
- Line 279 - "Letter from de Quadra to Philip of Spain"
- The title - Notes on the poem's title, The Golden Bough and From Ritual to Romance
- Line 15 - "The three Maries"
- Line 17 - "Feeling free"
- Line 18 - "Marie is not elderly"
- Line 38 - Part an essay by P.K. Saha"
- Line 46 - Eliot and the Tarot
- Line 67 - Verdenal and the sound of the bells
- Line 69 - "Stetson"
- Line 74 - "Anubis, ancient Egypt's jackel-headed god of dead"
- Line 77 - William Empson on Eliot's ambiguity
- Line 138 - "Bianca remains, ... a real woman;"
- Line 209 - "The Smyrna merchant"
- Line 210 - "Currants (a moved page)"
- Line 220 - "Brings the sailor home from sea" (a moved page?)
- Line 261 - Eliot's mandolin
- Line 264 - Excerpt from Choruses from 'The Rock'
- Line 295 - "The River Girl"
- Line 309 - Eliot, Buddhisim, and anglo-catholicism"
- Part V - Eliot's treatment at Lausanne"
- Line 331 - "The Waste Land had about 30 good lines"
- Title - "Early publication history" was moved here from another page
- Line 15 - Has pictures of both the young and middle-aged Marie Larisch
- Line 17 - "In the mountains"
- Line 46 - "Tarot Card Illustrations"
- Line 70 - "The battle of Mylae (260 B.C.)"
- Line 264 - "The Church of Saint Magnus Martyr (with picture)"
- Line 333 - "A prayer for Tom Eliot"
- Line 408 - "suppress everything suppressable"
- Line 429 - "El Desdichado in Ivanhoe."
- "Gerontion" (T.S. Eliot)
- The Golden Bough, Chapter XXXVIII, "The Myth of Osiris" (James George Frazer)
- "The Princess," Section IV (Alfred Tennyson)
- Description of 5 Tarot cards with pictures (Arthur Edward Waite, Pamela Coleman Smith)
- Isaiah, Chapter 32
- Inferno, Canto 5 (Dante)
- "El Desdichado" translation (Rickard A. Parker)
- Letter from de Quadra to Philip of Spain (Alvarez de Quadra)
- From Ritual to Romance, Chapter VI, "The Symbols" (Jesse L. Weston)
- My Past (Marie Larisch)
- Lyrics to "Red Wing" (Thurland Chattaway)
- Lilacs in Eliot's poetry
- In the draft - "Carrying / Away the little light dead people."
- Information about the poem's dedication
- A question on the hyacinth girl
- Project Gutenberg information
- Eliot quote about the notes, "bogus scholarship" and the Tarot
- Shorter page for navigation by line numbers
- Differences in Eliot's last note
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