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S Eliot embeds awesome significance, and uses a ton of imagery and symbolism to recount the narrative of J. Alfred Prufrock. J. Alfred Prufrock incessantly lives in the state of fear—the fear of living and the fear of dying. Eliot partitions his poem into three consistent fundamental segments. By starting what is by all accounts a discussion between the principle character and the fictional character, this poem reports itself as an dramatic monologue. With the thought of the course of events of which this poem was composed alongside the name "The Love Song", it is sheltered to infer that this poem is tending to a lady that Prufrock is enamored with. The metaphor that is used to delineate the evening highlights the importance of this typical evening he mentions in this stanza. There is a use of emphasis in Prufrock's welcome for this women to run with him. Rather than the cliché sentimental date, Prufrock depicts this date as a night through "half deserted streets" an...

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