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Links to The Waste Land and T. S. Eliot Sites

This page contains the obligatory page of links to other sites. I've got a large collection of sites here and of course all the sites taken together will have a lot of redundant links. Still, someone's page of links may have something that someone else's page missed. Or one page may have an old and broken URL while someone else's page may have the new URL to the same site.

This page is not as organized as I would like it to be and may be a little chatty. I'll be working on it more.

This is only one of a few pages of links. A full list of link pages is available.

This site also has a nearly complete list of outside links made from all pages on this site. The links on that page are sorted by reference number and are not as organized as this page. However, they are there in case you find them useful. This page just contains a subset of the links on that page.

Please note that some of the sources of the public domain works that I use at my site may not come from the sites mentioned here as sources of material.

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Sites about The Waste Land

Here are some other places on the web that are mainly concerned about The Waste Land and have provided content beyond just republishing the poem itself.

T.S. Eliot Hyperlink Project
Arwin VanArum's site. This framed site also provides help on other Eliot poems.
The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot as hypertext
This framed site was originally created by Mike Green in the U.K. has many of the features my site has.
Exploring The Waste Land
Rick Parker's site. This one. Included for completeness.
Teaching The Waste Land
Michael Palmer's web site for instructors and students of T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land provided by The University of Florida, Gainesville
A synopsis of The Waste Land
A brief description of The Waste Land and each of it's sections.
T.S. Eliot reads
Harper Audio provides sound files in various formats of T.S. Eliot reading The Waste Land

Generic all round Eliot sites

City Honors
A site put together by a high school in Buffalo, New York. Besides links to other places they have provided their own original content and copies of portions of books.
Yahoo's entries for T.S. Eliot
Yahoo's link listings for T.S. Eliot
The Academy of American Poets - Poetry Exhibits - T.S. Eliot
Poets.org page containing a biography, bibliography, and links to poems and other websites.
What the Thunder Said: T.S. Eliot
The classic site put together by Raymond Camden who indicates that this is "a site devoted to the works and life of T. S. Eliot. Whether you are a casual reader or a devoted lover, it is our hope that this site can bring you closer to the man and his works."
The T. S. Eliot Page
Bruce Ong's page. Has some entertainment in it and good links.
The American T.S. Eliot
Cambridge University Press clip about the book of the same title.
T.S. Eliot
This page has a short biography and a picture in later years.
T.S. Eliot, Anti-Semitism and Literary Form
Review of September 1995 publication of Anthony Julius's T.S. Eliot, Anti-Semitism and Literary Form.

Biography and Bibliography

Van Morrison Glossary entry
Contains a four paragraph encyclopedia biography for Eliot
Movie - Tom and Viv (1994)
This is a review of the 1994 movie written by Hal Hinson for the Washington Post newspaper. I am not sure how factual this movie is. The movie's ratings seem to range all over the scale.
T.S. Eliot
This is Eiichi Hishikawa's excellent site served up from Japan. It contains an eight paragraph encyclopedia biography, a picture, a bibliography and links.
Voices and Visions - a video series from The Annenberg/CPB Multimedia Collection
Voices and Visions, a video series from The Annenberg/CPB Multimedia Collection, explores the lives and works of 13 of America's most famous modern poets. This is the page for Eliot (links to Pound and Whitman are here too.)
Voices & Visions - video-cassette
Voices and Visions - Order a video-cassette about Eliot.
Voices and Visions - Eliot video clip
Voices and Visions - Watch Eliot read "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" (QuickTime format, 940 KB)
T.S. Eliot Biography
Contains an eight paragraph encyclopedia biography.
The San Antonio College LitWeb T.S. Eliot Page
The San Antonio College LitWeb. This page is mainly a bibliography.
The Academy of American Poets - Poetry Exhibits - T.S. Eliot
Poets.org page contains a picture, a four paragraph biography, a selected bibliography, and links to poems and other websites.
The T.S. Eliot Shrine
The T.S. Eliot Shrine website mainly consists of links to Eliot's poetry. Most links (but not all) are to the Bartleby.com web site.
T.S. Eliot biography
From the T. S. Eliot Shrine, a five paragraph encyclopedia biography.
Safe Haven - T. S. Eliot
Contains an eight paragraph encyclopedia biography and links to other sites.

Essays about Eliot

The Modernist Revolution
The Academy of American Poets introduction to Modernist poets.
The Church in the Wasteland
T.S. Eliot: England's Greatest American Poet
An essay about Eliot written after a visit to East Coker.
Notes and Observations on T.S. Eliot's Early Poems
Pun and Games
The Cat, White Wine, and T. S. Eliot
A story by Raj R. DeCoverley of life in London after World War II and a very brief meeting with T. S. Eliot. Amusing, but you won't learn much useful about Eliot.
All at Sea with TSE
An essay in story form analyzing Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock"

Eliot's works

Eliot and E-mail

Tarot and the Grail

Eliot on this subject:

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Modern Literature

Authors linked to Eliot

Waste Land and poems

Libraries, galleries

The New York City Public Library
This is the home of the Berg Collection. The poems and drafts of poems that Eliot sent to John Quinn in 1922 are kept in this collection.
The Houghton Library
This where many of Eliot's letters, papers and personal photographs are archived. It is part of Harvard University.
The National Portrait Gallery -- Search
Use the "sitter" form field on this page to search the collection records of the National Portrait Gallery and the research records of the Catalog of American Portraits for pictures and portraits of Eliot. When I checked this site in January 1999 some T. S. Eliot items were cataloged but the links to the images were broken. I reported the broken links but they were still broken as of November 1999.
The Folger Shakespeare Library®
The Folger Shakespeare Library® is an independent research library. A major center for scholarly research, the Folger houses the world's largest collection Shakespeare's printed works, in addition to a magnificent collection of other rare Renaissance books and manuscripts on all disciplines -- history and politics, theology and exploration, law and the arts. The collection, astonishing in its range and variety, consists of approximately 280,000 books and manuscripts; 27,000 paintings, drawings, engravings and prints; and musical instruments, costumes and films.

Women in The Waste Land

Miscellaneous links

Exploring The Waste Land
A Belorussian translation of this site's main page done by Michail Bogdanov.
In Light Upon the Figured Leaf
Michael Palmer's Webpage dedicated to medieval and modern poetry, T.S. Eliot, and the rest of literature.
The Love Song of J. Random Hacker
Parody Poem
On-line used bookstore
The Waste Land text
Project Gutenberg version of The Waste Land
The Waste Land web page
Hyperlinked text of the poem with T.S. Eliot reading (and pronouncing) the foreign language passages.
The Fisher King
Dreams: The Fisher King
About the Columbia TriStar film The Fisher King.
T.S. Eliot Index Page
Notes and links, Gregg A. Hecimovich, Vanderbilt University
T.S. Eliot
The Academy of American Poets - Poetry Exhibits - T.S. Eliot
St. Louis Walk of Fame - T.S. Eliot
Star on sidewalk
T.S. Eliot
The Academy of American Poets - Poetry Exhibits - T.S. Eliot
T[homas] S[tearns] Eliot (1888-1965)
Page of links
Mr. Eliot and the St. Louis Blues
by Marshall McLuhan
Fragments Shored Against McLuhan's Ruin
by Peter Montgomery
Literature 1948
Nobel Prize for Literature - 1948
I.A. Richards, T.S. Eliot and the Poetry of Belief
An essay by John Constable
The T.S. Eliot Page
TIME 100: Artist & Entertainers - T.S. Eliot
The Poet T.S. Eliot - Serious poetry was about to be eclipsed by fiction. He provided the stark salvation of The Waste Land. By Helen Vendler.
Walter Pater - Mona Lisa
19th Century French Literature
Welcome to The Waste Land: It's Allusion
Four Quartets page
Dave Marten's page
"Lo ferm voler"
"Lo ferm voler" ("The firm desire") by Arnaut Daniel
Allusions to "Prufrock"
Glossary of Poetic Terms from BOB'S BYWAY
A Unique Guide for the Study of Poetry. Featuring: Phonetic pronunciation, Cross references, Broad range of definitions, Numerous examples, Hyper-linked keywords & cross references, A wealth of poetic quotations, Writers' guidelines. A Unique Guide for the Study of Poetry.
The Cambridge Companion to T.S. Eliot
Description of a Cambridge University Press book edited by A. David Moody
TSEbase: The Online Concordance to T.S. Eliot's Poems
At the University of Missouri's Eliot website. Type in a word and find the Eliot poem's with the word.
Selected Poetry of Thomas Stearns Eliot (1888-1965)
Cawein's Waste Land (site 1)
Madison Cawein's Waste Land. A different poem but one that Eliot may have used.
Cawein's Waste Land (site 2)
Madison Cawein's Waste Land. A different poem but one that Eliot may have used.
The Nemesis of the White Goddess
Part of Chris King's NZ site. This page deals with Diana. Associate with Frazer's The Golden Bough
Map of Lake Nemi area
Map of the Castelli Romani around Lake Nemi. Associate with Frazer's The Golden Bough
Mythology, Eliot, and the Movies Assignment
School assignment.
Each Passage Individually Linked
Possibly dead link to the world scripture collection.
Goddess Gallery Greek and Greek-Inspired Art
Pictures of Greek statutes.
Roget's Thesaurus
An on-line encyclopedia
Searches various dictionaries for word definitions.
UP - Sites of Interest
English Sites of Interest (University of Portland)
The Internet Classics Archive
Large number of searchable works of classical literature (M.I.T.)


Le triomphe de la Mort.
CGFA: J. W. Waterhouse: Tristram & Isolde
Tristram and Isolde, c.1916, oil on canvas. 125KB
Joseph Mallord William Turner
CGFA - Joseph Mallord William Turner page
The Bay of Baiae with Apollo and the Sibyl
CGFA - Joseph Mallord William Turner painting
Dido Building Carthage
CGFA - Joseph Mallord William Turner painting

On-line Art Museums

An on-line art museum.
CGFA - Carol Gerten-Jackson's Fine Art
An on-line art museum.
Prado Museum
Prado Museum's English web site
The WebMuseum
An on-line art museum.
Mark Harden's texas.net Museum of Art

Ordering used and out of print books

On-line used bookstore
On-line used bookstore
On-line used bookstore
On-line used bookstore

Fun with The Waste Land

The outside links that used to be kept here have been moved to this site's Fun with The Waste Land page.

To home page of Exploring The Waste Land