Analysis Of The Love Song Of J Alfred Prufrock

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“The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock” In the 1900s, T.S. Eliot “The love song of j. Alfred Prufrock”, was later published by Prufrock. Eliot poem presents his sensibility of isolation and withdrawal with people. Emphasizing many examples many examples where he wants to be sequestered. “Let us go then, you and I”. He also struggles to convince the reader that he can approach his future lover. Everyone believes that if you research to find out what you are looking for o will find it, if there are facts to back it up, but the falsehood of Prufrock result is due to the research. Based on the information gathered, anyone can see that we you look at it logically, it did not meet the requirements of his conclusion of the poem. Prufrock aiding claim is that he knows too much of life to “dare” drawing near the woman. He hears voices in his head, about the feeling of him pursuing the girl, ultimately that stops him from pursuing the girl. Prufrock barley mentions the flaws that he has inside of him that is bothering him his mental issues for him going after someone. He tends to be very nervous at many occasions, when he wants to tell you something important, but then tends to forget since he is worried. Majority of people that is well dressed would feel comfortable in all situations feel comfortable talking to someone about something, “I shall wear white flannel trousers, and walk upon the beach” (Eliot line 123). The indicated statement shows how Prufrock has some type of
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