. . .and Project Muse is making it available to individuals as well as institutions.
Some of the finest Eliot scholars, under the direction of Ronald Schuchard, have been working on collecting and editing Eliot’s essays, articles, lectures, reviews . . . and the entire corpus (I think so, anyway) will be published electronically. The collection will consist of eight volumes total, but they’ll be published in sets of two, not all at once. The first two volumes will roll out late July/early August this year.
If you hit Project Muse’s “about” page concerning the project, you’ll see that individuals can access the collection for $90.00 a year if they subscribe by 01/01/1.
I’m so excited.
Update: it’s spectacular.