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Man Love and Women Speaking of Michelangelo Poetry is of course not to be defined by its usesIt may effect revolutions in sensibility such as are periodically needed may help to break up the conventional modes of perception and valuation which are perpetually forming and make people see the world afresh or some new part of it It may make us from time to time a little more aware of the deeper unnamed feelings which form the substratum of our being to which we rarely penetrate for our lives are mostly a constant evasion of ourselves and an evasion of the visible and sensible world But to say all this is only to say what you know already if you have felt poetry and thought about your feelings ----T S Eliot The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism Poetry is a way that people can express and truly relate aspects of life love and being It doesnt seem logical or even forthright that an exposition such as writing that is so unnatural in basic human respect can be viewed as one of the more natural forms of release Love is something that people and society deal with in every way that it can be transcribed People see it in television other forms of basic media in their own lives and through standards of literature One such an example can be found through TS Eliots work The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock In this piece Eliot repetition supported with hyperbole allusion and internal monologue coupled with imagery to create the distinction between man and its adversely quaint relationship with love and an explanation of mans soul heart and reason for being Thomas Stearns Eliot was born in St Louis Missouri USA on September 26 1888 to Henry Ware a businessman and Charlotte Stearns Eliot a poetess Eliots family line can be traced back to the earliest of New England settlers
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