“The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T. S. Eliot – Page 10

At long last, here it is, the beginning of the continuation of my comics adaptation of “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T. S. Eliot. I spent a lot of time, Prufrock-like, fussing over the smallest details of these drawings, so please do take the time to click on the image to see an enlarged version.

Page 11 to be pinned –wriggling on the wall– next Monday!

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12 Responses to “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T. S. Eliot – Page 10

  1. editorite says:

    This is wonderful. How can I get all the previous pages?

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  2. thebookgator says:

    I love this, and eagerly await each page as you share. I remember studying Prufrock in high school and loved it. Just as a note for further inspiration, I’d buy it as a book, or contribute to a Kickstarter.

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  3. editorite says:

    I love this.

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  4. alice says:

    Mr Peters (for a change)

    I see there is a cat that has slipped in the poem. How sweet!
    So the lines have gone through visions and revisions and yes, we will enjoy the scrutiny…

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  5. Mr. Peters,

    I am such a fan of your work, and your work on this poem in particular. I am enrolled in a graduate program for library and information science, and in our first semester we had to create a reference guide, which is like a subject guide an old-fashioned reference librarian would create for a patron (before the Internet). We were free to choose our own topic. People chose infamous court cases, the Battle of Gettysburg, western movies, the real pirates of the Caribbean, etc. I did The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.

    I look forward to the full poem!

    Kind regards,

    Elizabeth Frank

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