I hadn't noticed that Roz Kaveney was doing a series of articles on Eliot.
The Guardian has been publishing a series of series under the title "How to
Believe" as can be seen here:
One on Eliot's flatmate, Bertrand Russell, is also there.
Previously at the Guardian was another article on Eliot:
TS Eliot: searching for sainthood amid hate speech and hurt
Some of the 20th century's finest poetry belongs to Eliot,
yet any account of it must also keep track of the harm he did
theguardian.com, Monday 31 March 2014
... Eliot managed to say important and useful things about both the
experience of modernity and the mental states which we may as well call "the
spiritual life", even if we are sceptical about the existence of spirit. It
is important that we read him, sometimes holding our nose, because with all
his deep personal flaws – and all the more when we think about them – he
remains one of the key writers of his and our time.
Rick again here:
Also along the same lines is another article that brings up Eliot. Before
sending you that URL I will post a URL to a picture in which Eliot appears
with others mentioned in the article. http://tinyurl.com/k3ywycn