"The Waste Land" by T.S Eliot T-Shirt for Women

"The Waste Land" by T.S Eliot T-Shirt for Women


Speak. Think.  A few verses to remember one of the greatest poems of the 20th century: T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land. The quote reads:

My nerves are bad tonight. Yes, bad. Stay with me. 
Speak to me. Why do you never speak. Speak.
What are you thinking of? What thinking? What? 
I never know what you are thinking. Think.


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  • Organic Scoop Neck Oversized Cropped T-shirt
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  • 100% Organic ring-spun Combed Cotton
  • 120 gsm

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T. S. Eliot is unanimously considered one of the pillars of twentieth century literature. Because few poets have written such lucid essays. Because few writers have constructed such influential poems.

His essays, Tradition and the Individual Talent for instance, influenced the course of modern Literary Theory and are a must in the library of any student of literature. And although some of his poems are almost a century old, they are still present in conversations and studies anywhere in the world.

Speak. Think.

In 1922, the year of publication of Joyce's Ulysses, came to light The Waste Land. It was a good year for English modernism.

The Waste Land is a poem of 400 verses where dialogue, monologue and experimentation come together in all aspects. Ezra Pound himself was one of its first readers, and even helped Eliot with its revision. The Waste Land is a long, cryptic poem, where unexpected and moving fragments loom, shine and inspire this design.

Harold Bloom has called The Waste Land “indisputably the most influential poem written in English in the twentieth century.