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Love song exlication
Prufrocks feeling of entrapment and inability to change his. There is paradox with the phrase decisions and revisions these two are contradictory emotions, but no matter how hard they work together this one minute that he desires it could reverse them and change his life forever. In this case Eliot uses hyperbole to give the reader the impression of the seriousness of Prufrocks insecurities they are his whole universe. The first line by itself represents the speakers solitude and loneliness, the third stanza shows the lover or what may be a lover, and the. The man feels that if he allows himself to reflect upon his past he will have to deal with the emotions and consequences of a life of poor decisions. And, Do I dare (Line 38).
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While Prufrock doesnt belong to either of these two classes completely, he does have characteristics of both. Unfortunately for Prufrock, it will take a miracle to make him either younger or give him the knowledge he seeks. This poem seem to have three important factors within its prose: a man longing for his lover or a lover, a lover or unknown woman to the speaker, and a great distance between the two full of madness and dreaming. The rhythm of this stanza is mainly poetic. It rhymes most of the words that end each line, but it does not rhyme any of the dare this makes these phrases stand out. Hes indecisive and unsuccessful in the acient african civilization aksum his attempts to communicate with other people, repeating visions and revisions(33) and decisions and revisions(48). Life is a chain of decisions, the choices that you make along the way influence your life after death. The head is detached from the crab, and the lines are detached from the poem in their own stanza, much like Prufrock wishes his self-consciousness would just detach itself.
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