Zipped up poetry program. This resource provides an at-a-glance interpretation of the poem 'The hollow men' by T.S. Eliot. A summary of Eliot's use of diction, themes, allusions, style and rhetorical devices is provided as a basis for a deeper exploration of the multiple meanings signified in this fascinatingly complex poem. The teacher should find this transparency a helpful starting point for discussion and debate. Please ensure that each student has a legitimate copy of the poem. The version provided is intended only to be a vehicle for contextualizing the notes.
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