The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

What are qualities that reveal that this is not a middle age man's work, but a young man's work?


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The poem is very much a young man's work, though its speaker, through dramatic monologue, is a presumably middle-aged man. Much of what is agonizing to the speaker is the discovery of women and his own insecurities surrounding his newfound awareness that love stinks!