Prufrock and Other Observations published in 1917 contains the poets The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock. Poems, published in 1920, include Sweeney and the Nightingales. The Waste Land, published in 1922 and containing a fascinating Notes is perhaps the poets most compelling piece. Reading all these works together, however, creates a remarkable context that expands the experience of encountering any of these poems individually. Perhaps the finest poetry of the twentieth century. T.S. Eliots position in the literature of the world is unmistakable, largely due to the poems contained within this volume. An American who moved to England, Eliot wrote poems reflecting a deep scholarship and also caught the mood and flavor of a very new time -- all of these poems (and theyre the bulk of the work Eliot did in his lifetime) come from the years just after World War I. Clearly and observably, these poems captured the essence of the hour -- in a very real way, they mark the beginning of a new literary era.
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His goal, realized only in part, was the revitalization of poetic drama in terms that would be ... The poignance of this poem derives in part from a tension between Prufrock's ... In “Portrait of a Lady,” other people and perhaps God exist, but they are ... Between the poems of 1910-1911 and The Waste Land, Eliot lived through ... Biography, literary works and style of Thomas Stearns Eliot. ... For his deep influence in poetry, drama, and criticism, he won the Nobel Prize of literature in 1948. ... of his best poems include: “The Waste Land”, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”, ... Other Works: Besides poetry, he wrote prose, plays and non-fiction pieces.