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    Ideas for comparing and considering Cummins' "In Just," and Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" are offered.

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    Welcome to BrainMass! Please rate 5/5 for my sample ideas and textual evidence. In compliance with my contract at BM, these notes are not assignment or essay ready, merely guides for you to launch your own assignment.

    As you write your paper, here are some pointers:
    1. Add a strong attention getter, such as: Many critics currently lament how the Internet has dramatically and ironically increased overall social isolation and human interactions in 2017, despite technology's innovative efforts to bridge people together so easily and swiftly.

    2. Thesis idea: Similarly, these themes of modern mankind's isolation, a pessimistic outlook on life, and a chaotic, unstable worldview also permeate two renowned modernist poems, cummins' "Since Feeling is First," and Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock."

    3. Transition into main point 1 ideas: First, it is evident that both poems exemplify strong themes of modern mankind's social isolation and the psychological, physical, emotional, mental, and social detriments that result.

    4. Supporting idea: For example, within Eliot's poem, the speaker portrays himself as an alienated, lost ...

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    600 words of ideas are provided to exemplify themes of modern mankind's isolation, a pessimistic outlook on life, and a chaotic, and unstable worldviews. These main ideas are briefly discussed using two renowned modernist poems, cummins' "Since Feeling is First," and Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock." Textual examples are also included.

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