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  1. So T.S. Eliot is the "nation's favourite poet", apparently narrowly beating John Donne http://www.bbc.co.uk/poetryseason/vote_results.shtml
  2. Recovered Thread #1 27th January 2007, 09:47 AM Adrian I read this poem a few times first: but much better is the poet's own reading of it here courtesy of salon.com. The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock I'm loving the audio, as I had the pauses and the emphases on totally different syllables to the poet. The poem doesn't follow a set rhythmical pattern and so when reading it I found it difficult to know when to read through to the next line and when to pause. Now I've listened to it I can "auralise" the written words as I read it again. As an aside, why the
  3. Recovered thread The Waste Land The Waste Land evades me. I own it. I start reading it, I get part way through it (up until the part about April) and then I just fizzle out. This is a wonderful site: Exploring The Waste land Maybe it's epic (i.e., long) poems I don't like. Every year I start both A Shropshire Lad and The Borough and maybe one day I'll actually finish them. ---------------------------------------------------------- Barblue 13th October 2006 02:04 PM Thanks for the link Adrian. I have only browsed through it, but I think it is wonderful. I studied this po
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