Prufrock means he’s living his life in careful measures. Prufrock is not a man who is prone to extremes or one who would do anything out of the ordinary. He does not live his life in a spontaneous way. In other words, he has been living his life the same way everyday measuring out his options and trying to make decision and has nothing to show for it. He makes it seem as if he were to die tomorrow no one would notice and if he were to go away he’d go unnoticed.
In other words, Eliot’s Love song of Alfred J Prufrock is like Song of Myself his is just a more jaded view of society while Whitman’s is enthusiastic to be alive and surround by all the beauty life has to offer. Whitman is a romanticist writer, he loves nature and life, and always looks on the bright side of things. While in Love Song of Alfred J Prufrock he views his life in self-doubt and many indecisive decisions. He feels as though he is living every day the same exact way. Even though these two authors are completely different from each other, they both write about their views on life in different