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T.S Eliot Poems

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A deep analysis of the recurring motifs and symbols throughout T.S Eliots poetry, with reference to critical theorists.

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Literature Philosophy British people Platonism Eliot family Literary theory T. S. Eliot Objective correlative Allegory of the Cave Journey of the Magi Biblical Magi Theory of Forms
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Literature Philosophy British people Platonism Eliot family Literary theory T. S. Eliot Objective correlative Allegory of the Cave Journey of the Magi Biblical Magi Theory of Forms
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In “Preludes” the objective correlative has been used in order to establish the reflection of the “smoky days” in the city and is present within the clouded minds of its inhabitants. The “lighting of the lamps” also plays a significant role in trying to break through this darkness however the artificial light only serves as another symbol of the ersatz culture that saturates the city and only serves to further trap the people in the shadows of their metaphorical ‘cave’ (Plato’s Allegory of the Cave) in which they live in. Further the “sawdust- trampled street” is an allusion to the absorbency of this filth and detritus that travels into the feet of the people in the city serving as a conveyer of the disease. The disease then trav...
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