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Transcript of English 10
It wasn't until 1915 that this poem was actually published. What themes are represented in this poem? What style is it written in? Love- is a theme in this poem because Profrock feels love for a lady he fancies but never has the confidence to actually make a move to propose to her. He is stuck and stays indecisive.
Appearance - is another theme because Profrock always mentions how he doesn't enjoy his appearance. He thinks of himself as old, bald, and thin. His appearance plays a huge role into why he never chooses to pursue his love.
Time- this is a theme because it seems like as we read this poem we are moving forward with time. Also, the way he talks about his age makes it seem as if years are passing by instead of months or days. Some could say that this is written as a free verse poem but in some sections it has parts where it is rhyming. The rhyme scheme is actually irregular but not random. Stanzas are also incorporated, as well as the refrain "In the room the women come and go. Talking of Michaelangelo." Modern Work How do these two things relate: I think the poem relates to the art piece because it shows not only how much he doesn't like himself, but distress on his face conveys a greater emotion underneath.