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O O O O that Shakespeherian Rag— / It’s so elegant / So Intelligent.
The Waste Land (ll. 128–30).
T.S. Eliot
 
The Waste Land
 
T.S. Eliot
 
Perhaps the most famous work by an early Twentieth-century American, this controversial poem details the journey of the human soul searching for redemption. The Waste Land is known not only for its probing subject matter but also its radical departure from traditional poetic style and structure, incorporating historical and literary allusions as well as unconventional use of language.
 
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NEW YORK: HORACE LIVERIGHT, 1922
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2011
 
 
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