Links to TS Eliot’s earlier works readable online:
The “Harvard Advocate” Poems (1907-1910)
The Waste Land, 1922: the full authorised text, with notes
The Waste Land: the manuscript, with Ezra Pound’s annotations
TS Eliot on The Waste Land – comments on the poem by Eliot himself
Quotations and references in these versions are explained and linked to the texts from which they are drawn:
The Waste Land – a good hypertext version, with explanatory references, sources and a map
Exploring The Waste Land – a learning resource providing both the poem with notes, hyperlinks etc, and a Supplementary Section of related essays and resources
The Waste Land – another hypertext version, rather “busy” with ads etc, but its Keywords guide to recurring words is useful.
The Waste Land – line-by-line commentary – a combination of knowledgeable contributions and explanations, mixed with other less valuable observations
The Waste Land infographic – A visual guide to the poem’s references
He Do The Police in Different Voices – A website for exploring the different voices in The Waste Land
Prufrock Unlimited – an interactive student version, with interpretations and notes
Project Gutenberg offers some of Eliot’s works now out of copyright as free downloads in a range of electronic formats for eBook readers, mobiles etc.
Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats
Known increasingly as the source material for the musical Cats, John Sutherland provides An Introduction to Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats for The British Library, with the story of its origins and contents accompanied by pictures of its manuscripts and accompanying letters.
An Introduction to Eliot’s prose by Professor Ron Schuchard
Early essays A number of pre-1922 essays, including his Reflections on vers libre
The Sacred Wood Collection of Eliot’s essays on poetry and criticism
Eliot on Milton – his two essays of 1936 and 1960
The only piece of fiction by the adult Eliot, published in two parts in 1917 in The Little Review
The Complete Prose of TS Eliot
The Complete Prose of T. S. Eliot gathers for the first time in one place online his collected, uncollected, and unpublished prose, in a comprehensive critical edition. The project is ongoing, but the initial volumes are now accessible online – access is by subscription. Full details, access and index are here
All of Eliot’s work in print in the UK can be found at Faber & Faber