Article argues that you cannot tell a poet by his or her spouse/lover et cetera. I thought the article might dissuade further analysis of the individual artist; and direct scholarship more towards an explication of the artistry not of Eliot but his poetry. Not quite sure if that is possible in this media-besotted age, but hopeful. (And, if I know this list, it is probable that my last comment will trigger more replies than the penultimate.) My apologies in advance: I have just thought since my teenage years that Eliot's poems have a great "voice."