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On Sat, Apr 29, 2006 at 11:56:16AM -0700, Dunja Seselja wrote:
> Hm, interesting, CR. I don't know if I could agree
> with that completely, have to think about it first...
> What confuses me a bit is the fact that the poem
> brings with "Let us go then, you and I..." - that
> line, as well as the last one, brings in the story
> another person... so I've always had a feeling the

Does it, though?  I've always thought it felt more like an internal 
monologue; I don't know that much of the poem occurs outside of 
Prufrock's head.

--George