>Not really. Maybe you need to be more specific about the "analyses that
>agree" with you.
I'm sorry. I'm lazy. Here's one that discusses him in the context of J.
While Eliot describes a world devoid of passion, he despeartely wishes for a
kinder, gentler, passionate world. Certainly in a line like "I do not think
that they will speak to me." shows how he feels alienated from this world
he longs for. In my way of looking at things, this is very similar to how
the Romantics also wanted a passionate, emotional world.
University of Chicago
Evanescence...what a sad word
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