Joshua Goldstein wrote:
> Just read an article from The New Criterion by Roger Kimball from Oct 1999.
> To jog everyone's memory, Kimball more or less writes about Eliot's legacy
> and how it is fading.
"A craving for reality: T. S. Eliot today" is online:
> Among other critics, he mentions Cynthia Ozick and
> her piece on Eliot in The New Yorker in 1989, which I have not read.
I believe this is collected in "Fame and Folly"
A different piece from Ozick:
HELPING T. S. ELIOT WRITE BETTER (NOTES TOWARD A DEFINITIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY)