By: Randy Pinion
"All around me are familiar faces, worn out places, worn out faces; Bright and early for the daily races, going nowhere; going nowhere Their tears are filling up their glasses, no expression; no expression Hide my head; I wanna drown my sorrow, no tomorrow; no...
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By: darkshadows
The Hollow Men, is a modernist poem which reflects T.S Eliot's concern for ethical values. The poem was published in 1927 and evokes depression of 1930s and sadness after the World War I which caused hardship for the people and resulted in violence. In...
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By: Antionette Kennedy
The poem "The Hollow Men" by T.S Eliot is a literary work that uses several devices to portray man's listlessness and how life without a purpose proves to be a waste when the world's final hours are near. The poem also refers to man's...
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