Author talk:T. S. Eliot
Listed items which are not linked are still under copyright.--BirgitteSB 06:37, 7 May 2006 (UTC)
The Hollow Men
Why do we not have a wikisource page for The Hollow Men? If the wikipedia article links to the full text of the poem, shouldn't we be able to have it here instead?
I'd make the page myself, but I don't know if the poem is in the public domain/would be okay to include.
- Not copyright-free in the US yet. Sorry. --StephenDaedalus 18 feb 2012
Inventions of the March Hare
Does anyone know if this book of poetry sketches written by Eliot before 1917 is in the public domain? The problem might be that is wasn't actually published until he died. --StephenDaedalus 18 feb 2012
Initials in page title
- 'We' have no consensus to do that. Reasons not to move this would include the author's own preference, its overwhelming familiarity, correspondence with other wikis, Least Astonishment or confusion for reader, and lack of process here in determining when to do it, NPOV and so on. Expanding any author name might be a good idea when it becomes ambiguous. Cygnis insignis (talk) 20:04, 13 October 2021 (UTC)