Thomas Stearns Eliot

Thomas Stearns Eliot (1988-1965)


Thomas Stearns Eliot T. S. Elliott, T. Feed. Elliott (English: Thomas Stearns Eliot) poet, playwright and literary critic won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948. Born on September 26, 1888 and died January 4, 1965. wrote poems: Love Song Ji. Alfred Prufrock, The Waste Land, men Jouf, Ash Wednesday, the four quatrains. Of his plays: Crime in the cathedral and a cocktail party. It also Starter "Tradition and the Individual Talent" article. Elliott was born in the United States and moved to the United Kingdom in 1914, then became a British subject in 1927.

Earliest works:                                                                                                                                   
"The Birds of Prey" (a short story; 1905)[102]
"A Tale of a Whale" (a short story; 1905)
"The Man Who Was King" (a short story; 1905)[103]
"The Wine and the Puritans" (review, 1909)
"The Point of View" (1909)
"Gentlemen and Seamen" (1909)
"Egoist" (review, 1909)                                                                                                               
"A Fable for Feasters" (1905)
"If Time and Space as Sages say'" (1905)
"[At Graduation 1905]" (1905)
"Song:'If space and time,as sages say'" (1907)
"Before Morning" (1908)
"Circe's Palace" (1908)
"Song: 'When we came home across the hill'" (1909)
"On a Portrait" (1909)
"Nocturne" (1909)
"Humoresque" (1910)
"Spleen" (1910)
"[Class] Ode" (1910)