The PRUFROCK line obviously refers to a certain class/type of women only.
Within the poem, that is.
I agree with Schlanger's observation.
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I know this may be heresy but I am suggesting that the line also exists outside the Prufrock poem; that is, if tweeted it would evoke a sensory response in the anonymous reader because it is well-wrought and evocative. Yes, of course, the context of the poem (including its historical place and time and the contemporaneous events in Eliot's life) do provide meaning but I "simply" think (or perhaps the better description is hear) that Eliot was masterful. Il miglior fabbro.
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> On Apr 23, 2014, at 9:32 AM, Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> A slight modification
> The PRUFROCK line obviously refers to a certain class/type of women only.