Modernism Essay | Modernism

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Modernism

Summary: t.s. eliot and modernist poetry

The historic place of English Modernist poetry is so easy to come by. It first emerged in of the Imagist poets of the 20th century such as T.E. Hulme and F.S. Flint, and it had it roots in the works of some earlier writers such as Walt Withman who approached a kind of free verse and the prose poetry of Oscar Wilde. In the other hand because writers who have written in this school, each have written in a different style; it is hard to point out the internal characteristics of a modernist work. But obviously, there are significant features that are common in the works of all these Modernist poets.

Carrying these features in mind, I am going to consider The Love Song of J. Alfred. Prufrock and argue how it works as the most famous example of early Modernist poetry.

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