Here is another good essay regarding the poem. This one discusses Prufrock's relationship to women and communication.
This one is very cool because it gives hyperlinks to all the literary references throughout the poem.
Okay, I'm lame, sitting here reviewing old textbooks, but this one is interesting. From T.S. Eliot's essay "Tradition and the Individual Talent", he states: the past should be altered by the present as much as the present is directed by the past. There is lots of interesting stuff in this essay regarding audience-response theory and 'the whole culture locating iteslf in the present by its acquired sense of past' but I know that I am boring you.
Okay so after all of this reading, I think I should have just listened to Ayak when he said "or ... people read Eliot's poetry in English classes to pick out all of the allusions and references to other works or to popular culture. Perhaps that's the way that LivePlanet has envisioned this show -- clues scattered all over the place."