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This student essay consists of approximately 7 pages of analysis of Equus, Cats in the Cradle and Love Song.
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Equus, Cats in the Cradle and Love Song: An Analysis of Humans and Their Environments

Summary: Analyzes the poems Equus, Cats in the Cradle and Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock. Discusses how each poem deals with the theme of humans and their environment.

Through study of the text material it has been demonstrated that humans are directly affected by the environment in which they live. The effect of the environment, both social and psychological, is even stronger upon humans during periods of development. Humans are essentially a product of their environment. Their value and opinions and how they react to certain circumstances are all related to what they have learned from the people around them and how their psychological environment has processed those lessons. Three main elements of the environment having an effect upon humans are parental influence, social happiness and the materialism of 20th life. These environmental elements and their relation to human development is present in the play Equus, by Peter Shaffer, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T.S. Eliot and Cats in...

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