'The Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock' By T. S.

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In “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T.S. Eliot, the narrator, Mr. Prufrock, seems to talk about his insecurities with women and his life choices. Most of the time, he wonders if he did the right thing on some occasions or if he missed any opportunities in life. Prufrock reasoned that “there will be time” and that there is “time yet for a hundred indecisions” (line 30). This suggests that there is no hurry to do things. Ironically, he has no time and it is only at the end of the poem he realizes that time is passing and he is growing old. Instead of Hamlet (who is also indecisive), he thinks of himself as an “attendant lord” – meaning he could be a supporting character. He doesn’t think he is a confident person, as he can’t decide
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