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Sio credessi che mia rispota fosse A persona che tornasse al monde Questa fiama staria senza piu scosse Ma per cio che giammai di questo fondo Non torno vivo alcun siodo il vero Senza tema dinfamia ti rispondo Not only does the paragraph listed above appear in Dantes Inferno but also in TS Elliots The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock Translated from Italian the snippet means If I even thought that my reply would be to one who would ever return to the world this flame would stay without further movement but since none has ever returned from this depth if what I hear is true I answer you without fear of infamy With that excerpt in mind we entered the world of J Alfred Prufrock Filled with the shallow emptiness J Alfred Prufrocks life is wearily lived From his experience with the womentalking of Michelangelo he gained nothing 2042 However the reader regarding comprehension of his experience obtains much Prufrock starts the story by taking us to a place of restless nights in one-night cheap hotelssawdust restaurants with oyster-shellsand streets that follow like a tedious argument 2043 He pleads with us to not question What is it but go and trust 2043 Go the reader does as heshe plunges deep into Prufrocks world There will be time to prepare a face to meet the faces that you meet and Time for you and time for mebefore the taking of toast and tea suggest that Prufrocks attendance of a party if what the story in centered around 2043 This is no usual party but one that has great importance to Prufrock This could be due to the presence of a lady he desired to talk with In between the tea toasting and small talk Prufrock found time to ponder whether or not he should approach her Do I dare a question he considered more then once reflected this thinking 2043 If it were
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