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I received a low 2:1 for this essay.
Do yourself a favour and don’t read this epic poem.
Mary Robinson was arguably the first celebrity and one of the first female authors to be canonised-thus a strong feminist figure.
T.S Eliot’s ‘The Wasteland’ is challenging, but rewarding if you stick with it. Very much what Eliot intended, I think.