Who Is Prufrock Lonely

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Prufrock is lonely Why would anyone want to be lonely? Loneliness is a feeling of emptiness and keeping to yourself. T.S. Elliot's poem, "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," loneliness and dependency are due to his insecurities, showing that people are scarred to fail and be made fun of. Eliot does this through diction and imagery. The use of diction illustrates how lonely Prufrock really is. An example of this would be "a hundred Indecisions," (line 32) this show's that he can't make up his mind about anything. I feel like Prufrock's insecurities are making him doubt his idea's. Another example is "... a hundred visions and revisions," (line 33) this proves that he can't decide what he wants to do. Prufrock wants to be social but is to

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