On T.S.Eliot's "Little Gidding"
I liked the thought expressed by T. S. Eliot very much. Because it is very philosophical. Because it is true. Because it has various concepts and different interpretations. Because it is very profound and saturated with bitter experience and some other realization of things that for the common minds and simple people is not accessible. I think that the author wanted to tell people about their own uselessness and cheer them up as well, stimulating to new things, such as attaining their goals and taking new summits. Below I shall interpret the short poem in the way I understand those lines, as well as I will share with you my own opinion about things expressed by the poet. …
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