The Poetry Foundation presents a long and useful biography of Eliot, and a selection of some of his lesser-known poems.
One of the best things about this page devoted to Eliot is the link to the complete version of his most famous poem, The Waste Land, and his famous and controversial article titled "Tradition and the Individual Talent."
A painting of lean-looking men in business suits inspired by Eliot's "The Hollow Men."
An illustration for Canto III of Dante's Inferno shows the souls waiting to be ferried across the Acheron by Charon.
The Hollow Men dance around this desert cactus at the end of the poem. We think the plant is actually quite striking and beautiful.
A photograph of Eliot without his trademark glasses and cane.
The classic novel about British colonialism and moral emptiness inspired Eliot.
A digital edition of Dante's Comedy. Check out Canto 3 of the Inferno for parallels with "The Hollow Men."