J. Alfred Prufrock Analysis

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Advice is defined as, “guidance or recommendations concerning prudent future action, typically given by someone regarded as knowledgeable or authoritative”. There are many us who need pieces like this everyday, of course, this varies from person to person when it comes to the advice that they may need, it is very much dependent on the subject. Some of us are in more need of such advice more than others, especially when it comes to certain states that we may be in, physically, emotionally, and mentally. It has been brought to attention that there is a character in a poem that is in need of this. This character would be J. Alfred Prufrock who is presented to be a man who is somewhat later in his life and seems to be concerned with many worldly items, such as the way he looks, etc. There are three specific pieces of life advice that should be offered to Prufrock and these are, stop focusing on your outward appearance, sex appeal doesn’t matter, and finally be whoever you want to be. The first important piece of advice is not to care about the outward appearance, but focus on who you are inside, especially when it comes to personality and characteristics. Prufrock seems to care far too much about how he appears to other…show more content…
Prufrock is a truly interesting individual with very different views from other people that he may encounter when he goes out into the public. He isn’t a fool, sex appeal shouldn’t be important to him, and not everyone cares about the outward appearance and these pieces of advice would tell him that. Of course there are just things in life that can be avoided such as judgment from others. Obviously, these are the biggest pieces of advice that should be given to Prufrock because the principles truly do apply to
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