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Yes: the 1917 Prufrock and Other Observations (includes "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock"), the 1920 Poems(includes "Gerontion"), and the 1922 The Waste Land are in the public domain. Later works are still protected.

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Yes, "The Rock" by T.S. Eliot was published in 1934 and is in the public domain. This means that the work is free for public use and can be accessed without any copyright restrictions.

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