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Tom Colket wrote:
> In Eliot's "Prufrock" there are numerous places where the narrator
> addresses or refers to another person, a "you" or a "we".  My question
> is: Is the narrator referring to one specific person (i.e., the same
> person) in all these lines, or is more than one single individual
> being referenced?

Just to mess with your mind a bit - what if each of the you's are plural?

"Let us go then, you and I . . . Let us [three] go and make our visit."

For a serious answer I'll have to get myself into a serious mood.

Regards,
    Rick Parker