T. S. Eliot is generally considered a difficult poet. His work has given fits to college students for decades. But many are unaware of how wide his range is and how accessible some of his poetry is. Yes, he’s the author of The Wasteland, but he also wrote the poems that make up the musical Cats. In this class, Norma Libman will take a look at Eliot’s life and tackle a poem in the middle of his range, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock. We’ll see how to decode his style and explore what this poem might say about Eliot and his place in 20th century literature.
Weekly - Tue
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February 21, 2017 @ 11:59 PM