(1) Analysis of The Waste Land by T. S. Eliot

The Waste Land is a poem recollecting the experience of war. “Eliot’s poem draws on a vast number of literary and religious texts and traditions. In addition to this, there is what is called the ‘mythic method’: Eliot’s use of a mythic narrative or structure”… Click to Read More>>>

(2) Analysis of Murder In The Cathedral by T. S. Eliot
This dramatized the rivalry between two friends King Henry II and Thomas Becket, who also can be considered leaders but the strength of their friendship began faint in sight of disagreements. At the long run, Thomas was murdered in the Cathedral but not by the order of his enemy-friend (King Henry II)… Click to Read More>>>

(3) Analysis of the Poem Journey of the Magi by T.S.Eliot

This is a poem that alluded to the Three Wise Men’s visit to Jesus Christ cradled in the merger. “Interestingly, there is no mention of gold, frankincense and myrrh, a star or the name Jesus; there is no indication that these magi are Persian astrologers, Zoroastrian priests come to welcome the messiah”… Click to Read More>>>


(4) Analysis of Song by T.S Eliot

The poem Song by T. S. Eliot is another unique love poem which pondered and probed at the same time. “The first four lines of the poem use imagery to question the old saying that space and time are elements too complex and hard to understand”… Click to Read More>>>


(5) Analysis of Prelude by T. S. Eliot
Preludes by T. S. Eliot is a poem that reflects on the monotonously programmed phases of earthly day-by-day; using the dusk to dawn issues (as the dusk introduces humans to the end of a day so does the dawn introduces humans to the beginning of a new day then in such manner the earthly wheel of time moves on)… Click to Read More>>>
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