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Ackroyd, Peter, TS. Eliot: A Life. Simon & Schuster, 1984. Berryman, John, "Prufrock's Dilemma," in The Freedom of   the Poet, Farrar, Straus, 1976, pp, 270-78.

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Frye, Northrop, T S. Eliot. Oliver and Boyd, 1963.

Grant, Michael, ed., TS. Eliot: The Critical Heritage, Routledge, 1982.

Kenner, Hugh, The Invisible Poet: TS. Eliot. McDowell, Oblinsky, 1959.

Knapp, James F., "Eliot's 'Prufrock' and the Form of Modern Poetry," in Arizona Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 1, Spring, 1974, pp. 5-14.

Miller, Vincent, "Eliot's Submission to Time," in Sewanee Review, Summer, 1976, pp. 448-64.

Rosenthal, M. L., "Adolescents Singing, Each to Each-When We and Eliot Were Young," in The New York Times Book Review, October 20, 1985, pp. 3, 37.

Sinclair, May, "'Prufrock and Other Observations': A Criticism," in The Little Review, Volume IV, December, 1917, pp.8-14.

Schwartz, Delmore, "The Literary Dictatorship of T. S. Eliot," in Partisan Review, Vol. XVI, No.2, February, 1949, pp...

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