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A writers interpretation of the world strictly influences his literary performance TS Eliot literary style was exceedingly melancholy because the era that he was living in was filled with anguish and depression His works of literature vary from his use of traditional dramatic structure to mythical method Eliots perception of life as nothing more than a struggle is expressed in his literary works by his use of realistic themes such as depression human isolation and through his religious imagery For example The Love Song of JAlfred Prufrock is a dramatic monologue about love On the other hand The Waste Land and Ash Wednesday is more mythical and explains deeper into religion and God Eliot created his writing style based on his own personal experiences therefore his poems all show incredible skillEliots writing technique differs from many other poets of his time such as William Butler Yeats whose mood was not expressed as often in his works Eliots writings aim to touch peoples lives and try to connect with them His intentions were to demonstrate real life by bringing out true emotion He did this by using real life scenarios that people could be more familiar with rather than romance and adventure He was part of the anti- romantic revolution therefore his poems have a deeper meaning His poems are more of a combination of mythical philosophical and Christian imagery in order to find a poetic way to poetically describe a modern dilemma Daiches 89What stands out from the beginning in Eliots poetry is his unique style and cunning He uses his own form of language that appeals to the reader at the moment He describes ideas and gives vivid images that seem almost realistic to the person reading it and he makes one feel as if part of the poem The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock and Portrait of a Lady are as striking today as they were in 1917 The way he
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