> I need more sources to write a biographical criticism, which is
> explaining how Eliot's life influenced his poetry.
This might work for you:
"Deviant Modernism: Sexual and Textual Errancy
in T.S. Eliot, James Joyce, and Marcel Proust,"
Cambridge University Press,
The displacement of matricidal fantasies onto a murderous mother is
the compulsively enacted scenario of Eliot's early poetry. A cursory
review of his poems from "Prufrock" through "The Waste Land" produces
an inventory of fatal Cleopatras, poisonous Belladonnas, sadistic
salon matrons, and rapacious whores. Correspondingly, these texts are
littered with the corpses of young men, many of whom have drowned in a
lethal, uterine element.
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P.S. I think it is a shame that Miller's book is out of print but it
is and it must be sought out at libraries or second hand book stores.
These are some on-line used book stores (actually, they are not stores
themselves, but have the inventory databases of hundreds of used book
stores which actually ship the books):