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    T.S Eliot's Preludes and The Love Song of J.Alfred. Prufrock, are examples of modernist poetry which illustrate the concerns of modernist poets.

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    This greatly influenced Eliot's style and impacted his way of writing. Some main features used include imagism, allusion and a free verse rhyme scheme. Imagism is mainly concerned with the use of precise images to capture a moment, or feeling of a character. In Preludes, Eliot creates an image of a yellow fog "that rubs it's back ... licking it's tongue into the corners of the evening..." which could also be interpreted as an image of an "urban cat" at night time lurking around the city. It is this image which conflicts with the romanticist's imagery of nature - it represents the ugliness of urban fog.

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