Charges of anti-Semitism. Ex: " Gerontion","Burbank with a Baedeker:Bleistein with Cigar","Sweeney Among the Nightingales"
In 2003, Professor Ronald Schuchard of Emory University published details of letters from Eliot to Horace Kallen, which reveal that in the early 1940s Eliot was helping Jewish refugees from Germany and Austria to re-settle in Britain and America.
Leonard Woolf, husband of Virginia Woolf, who was himself Jewish and a friend of Eliot's, judged that Eliot was probably "slightly anti-Semitic in the sort of vague way which is not uncommon. He would have denied it quite genuinely."