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Essay | "Concept of Time" in Works of T.S. Eliot

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"Concept of Time" in Works of T.S. Eliot

Summary: "Concept of time" is an integrated essay for two works of "Wasteland" and "Alfred Prufrock" by T.S. Eliot.

Time has played an important role in the poems T.S. Eliot whether it is Alfred Prufrock or the "Wasteland" all have the element "Time" added in them. "Time" has been seen as an important factor to convey how people of the modern society are always living a monotonous life and as time passes by they do not change and keep revolving around in the same cycle. Time has acted as a factor to convey that how the people of the modern society never realize that the immoral relationships in which they indulge are actually leading to their own destruction.

Time has been portrayed as a factor to highlight the monotonous life of the people of the modern society. The very opening lines of "Preludes":

"The winter evening settles down .........

The burnt out ends of the smoky days."

The...

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