Prufrock and other observations
Publisher: London : The Egoist Ltd.
Edition language: English
The Lovesong and the other works here are full of navel-gazing reflections on the inexplicable fixations and frustrations of emotional life, throwing up frequently resonant physical details, framed with a self-consciousness that sometimes cloys or annoys, and sometimes inspires deep sympathy.
Ok, here is the thing: I LOVE PRUFROCK:)Oh God! I loooooove this book. I read "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" maybe a million times! It's my favorite poem. This particular poem takes you in a journey to a world where people are asleep - just like the world we're living in today! A world so ugl...
In reality 4.5 stars. The title poem gets a full five stars, undoubtedly. It was a poem I thought I wouldn't like (heaven knows why), and I read it almost by accident (the beginning is quoted in a John Green novel). I read it three times in a row, every time more blown away than the last. The other ...
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