Reading Prufrock

About the troublesome reading of T.S. Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" and the line "like a patient etherised upon a table". By Maria Hagsten Pedersen

Read the rest of T.S. Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock“.

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5 thoughts on “Reading Prufrock

  1. Gabriel

    Yes, that damned table. As if this poem wasn’t creepy enough.

    Stil…one of my favorites. Awesome work. :-)

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    1. HP Comic Post author

      Thanks :) I kind of love the poem even more, because I don’t get it … It forces me to feel instead of think, so now I really don’t want to know what he meant.

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      1. Gabriel

        I found I always tended to interpret the poem of a deeply insecure man whom displayed the dangerous results of living inside one’s own head for way too long. Deeply thoughtful and creative, but emotional to a somewhat disturbing level.

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