Milton’s Paradise Lost Book 1 is a starting point of approaching the whole epic. This video will take you through the storyline, plot, synopsis of the first book. Get to know about the story of Genesis, theme and content of Paradise Lost Book 1, and a useful division of the first book into easy comprehensive episodes with individual sub-themes. This lecture is the last in the introduction series before beginning the textual reading of Paradise Lost Book 1.
Allusions in Prufrock range from Biblical references to literary masterpieces. Here are six most important allusions in Prufrock that a reader must know to understand the poem completely.
The character of Prufrock is the most remarkable aspect of T. S. Eliot’s poem “Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” as presented through his extraordinary treatment of this dramatic monologue.
“Preludes” means an introduction. Eliot’s Preludes is not just an introduction to his own poetry, but of an entire generation of poets and philosophers. To study Eliot’s “Preludes,” is to allow oneself the initiation that Eliot found necessary, to understand the more complex network of images which abound his longer poems.