The Descriptions of Women in Prufrock and Other Observations

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The Descriptions of Women in Prufrock and Other Observations

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Title(Other Language):
Prufrock and Other Observations における女性の描写
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古賀, 元章(福岡教育大学 : 教授)
Koga, Motoaki(Fukuoka University of Education : Professor)
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Japanese
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Comparatio. 13, pp. v-xv, 2009-12-20. Society of Comparative Cultural Studies, Graduate School of Social and Cultural Studies, Kyushu University
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Abstract:
This paper considers the descriptions of women in the first collections of poems by T. S. Eliot (1888-1965), Prufrock and Other Observations (1917), in which the speakers feel attracted, repulsed, or frightened by the women, yet also have compassion for them. Eliot indirectly expresses the same feelings as the speakers, under the influences of his parents, Henry Ware Eliot, Sr. (1843-1919) and Charlotte Champe Eliot (1843-1929), and his wife, Vivienne Eliot (1888-1948). As a result, when describing women in the first collection of poems, Eliot makes readers understand the mental conflicts of the speakers, and at the same time faces those of his own. Read more
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