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Critical Analysis of "Love Song" of Sir J. Alfred Prufrock

Summary: Critical analysis of "Love Song" of Sir J. Alfred Prufrock written by T.S. Elliot.
The main theme of this poem is that an aged, middle class person, Sir J. Alfred Prufrock wants to propose a lady but he is quite uncertain to carry out such an act as he fears rejection. And for him rejection would mean `death' and thus we see that the poet in this poem is trying to convey the conflict that is taking place in the mind of that person.

The poem has been written in the form of a free verse. This enables the poet to actually unite the whole poem by using enjambments and metaphors etc. This gives a free flow to the poem. The tone of the poem is that of uncertainty as the poet tries to convey through Prufrock how he is unable to arrive at a decision. One moment he has gained the strength to...

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