Having benefited from current biographical and theoretical advances in scholarship, the New Cambridge Companion to T.S. Eliot provides an authoritative and coherent overview of Eliot’s career as a poet, critic, and dramatist. The essays reassess and reinterpret Eliot’s whole oeuvre from fresh angles. Concentrating on fundamental and emerging problems in Eliot studies, this latest Cambridge Companion innovatively sparks inspiration on topics that were not covered in the previous Companion, such as gender and sexuality. Thus, the collection reflects recent shifts in focus and a changing framework for the now thriving field of Eliot studies.