"The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock" by T.S Eliot.
Prufrock is portrayed as a shy and timid character whose thoughts and attitudes are severely degraded by failure and low self esteem. He is self-conscious and indecisive, unwilling to take any risks, out of the fear of rejection. The poem contemplates his unsuccessful attempts to win over women and fit in with society. This is largely due to his pessimistic and self-critical nature, melancholy attitude and suppression. As a consequence of his self-doubting temperament, he forms feelings of isolation and loneliness, manifesting an anti-hero status.
Prufrock's identity is chiefly explored b…
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