The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock is a poem dealing with the isolation and self-perceived impotence of a man living in a city just prior to the outbreak of World War I. The poem dwells on themes like unresolved carnal desire, loss of manhood, the inevitability of death, and embarrassment. The poem was T. S. Eliot's first foray into what would be a long and celebrated career in Modernist poetry.

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