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How is T.S. Eliot's poetry modern?
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There are several elements that make Eliot's poetry 'modern'. First, there is this feeling of disinterest. Everything that takes place is impersonal and raw. Cities and technology are depicted as dehumanizing and horrible. His use of imagery and tone are meant to shock and be apalling.

MHood2 | 693 days ago