T.S. Eliot : the making of an American poet, 1888-1922 / James E. Miller, Jr.
Late in his life T.S. Eliot, when asked if his poetry belonged in the tradition of American literature, replied: "I'd say that my poetry has obviously more in common with my distinguished contemporaries in America than with anything written in my generation in England. That I'm sure o...
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Pennsylvania State University Press,
- 1888-1906: Origins
- 1902-1914: Early influences
- 1906-1911: Harvard: out from under
- 1906-1910: Harvard influences: teachers, texts, temptations
- 1910-1911: T.S. Eliot in Paris
- 1911-1914: Eliot absorbed in philosophical studies
- 1914-1915: American chaos versus English tradition
- 1915: An inexplicable marriage and the consequences
- 1916: Making do, finding means, expanding connections
- 1917-1918: T.S. Eliot: Banker, lecturer, editor, poet, almost soldier
- 1919-1920: Up the ladder, glimpsing the top
- 1919-1921: Notable achievements, domestic disasters, intimate friends
- 1922: Over the top
- A glance ahead: the making of an American poet.