One of the most famous poems books of the 20th century is The Waste Land written by T. S. Eliot. Published in December 1922 the book was not published in a proper shape its published in parts. The most famous line in this book is “April is the cruelest month”. The poems tell the holy culture and the British society. The total pages of this book are 64. All structure of this book is divided into five parts. The poems were first published in the UK. In 2000 the book is converted into Audiobook by HarperAudio. The writer thought that his book name is “He do the Police in Different Voices” But then after he changed. It’s a notable work for his disjointed structure and theme.
In the first chapter of the book the writer tell about death. This part begins with this line “April is the cruelest month”. This poem is the most important and famous poem in this book you must read this poem. There are two major themes are in the poems. Other Parts are their sub-themes. The first portion of the book discusses modern society and especially the problems in World war one how people survive in world war one. We can not define this book in words just outstanding work. The story of the poems are taken from others books and ideas but the writer writes all poems himself. Some of the major sources where the writer takes ideas are Virgil, John Webster, Hermann Hesse, Paul Verlaine, Richard Wagner and Bram Stoker.
T. S. Eliot Biography
The Thomas Stearns Eliot is a famous British publisher, playwright, and essayist. He was born on 26 September 1888 In United States. At the age of 25, he moved to the United Kingdom and also married there. His father Henry Ware Eliot is a successful business man. When he was born his parents are both 44 years old. He had an interest in literature in the time of childhood. He died of emphysema in his home on 4 January 1965, His resting place is Golders Green Crematorium. He won Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1964 and Hanseatic Goethe Prize award in 1955.
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