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Alexander Gonzalez on T. S. Eliot

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This web site is intended to offer a thorough, albeit not comprehensive, introduction to the writing and style of Thomas Stearns Eliot, including some background information.  It is NOT intended to be a complete and exhaustive compendium of information concerning Eliot.  It is not advised to use this site as a sole source of information--especially considering that it is itself an amalgam of information found in other parts of the Internet, with some exceptions.
That spoken, this web site does contain a wealth of information concerning one of the greatest American writers, and serves as an ideal starting point, if not an ending point, for an inquiry into his life and work.  The sites listed in the Favorite Links section are at least as useful as this site, and could easily assist a researcher in this regard.
--Alexander Gonzalez

All images used in this site are attributed to the sites where they were found in the Images page.


This web site is a project for Coral Gables Senior High School's International Baccalaureate Programme.  (C) Alexander Gonzalez and Gables IB.