T. S. Eliot's Establishment of Modern Heritage - A Study of Two Selected Plays


The current study tackles T. S. Eliot’s attitude to the establishment of Modernism. The study starts with looking at Eliot’s works and definition of modernism. Then it tackles the ideas of Eliot. most people in the society are not able to understand what exactly Eliot wanted to explain. He is genuinely hard to comprehend the real interaction and criticism of modernism. The paper studies two of Eliot’s plays, namely The Rock and The Cocktail Party. It concludes that Elliot opposed modernization because he believed that the application of modernization would destroy European culture.