The Wasteland, Prufrock and Other Poems

The Wasteland, Prufrock and Other Poems Review

This volume brings together three of T. S. Eliot's powerful collections into one. It includes such classic poems as "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," "Portrait of a Lady," "Preludes," "Gerontion," "Sweeney Among the Nightingales," and "The Waste...

Title:The Wasteland, Prufrock and Other Poems
Edition Language:English

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  • Matthew

    Uncle! I measured out my life with coffee spoons in the hours, weeks, indeed months between when I first picked this up and when I subsequently set it down unfinished. It gets two stars in deference t...

  • Abeer Abdullah

    I dont know how to review this because it always feels like I am still in the process of reading it and untangling it and pealing away it's layers.at times i find my self reciting the parts that i kno...

  • Aaron

    How many dozens of times I've been through this book I don't know. Read Eliot, that's all I can say....

  • Olivia-Savannah  Roach

    I am always on the quest to find more good poetry because I believe poetry to be extremely underrated. However, this was not the read that I hoped it would be for me... I didn't really take anything f...

  • Jason

    T.S. Eliot takes a lot of work. I wouldn't recommend just plowing through The Wasteland on your own. It's the type of poem you only really understand when you discuss it in a group. If I hadn't studie...

  • Ashley

    If you asked me a few years ago to make a list of who I thought would be on the list of poets most influential to my own voice, I would never have selected Eliot. I have always been a little intimidat...

  • Liz

    Not my cup of tea. Not only did I not get the "beauty" of most poems, or their "brilliance" for that matter, but the provided interpretations seemed rather bold. How does a person come up with such id...

  • Helen

    I studied this during my A Level English Literature class. I had absolutely no idea what it was about back then, and having picked up and perused this book recently, I am still totally and completely ...

  • Amanda

    T.S. Eliot’s poem The Waste Land is a collection of fragments. There are 5 parts to the poem and the connection between these parts are noted to be anything but obvious, yet they all hold different ...

  • Joshua

    This collection gathers the most popular of Eliot's poetry together in one slim volume and the reader, depending on the quality of their high English school teachers, is sure to remember many of them....