Widely recognized as a paragon of modernist poetry, The Waste Land depicts a world in crises that mimics the despair and disillusionment of Western society following the First World War. During this time, Ernest Hemingway popularised the term the ‘lost generation’, referring to those who came of age during WWI. Characterised by the widespread disenchantment … More T.S Eliot’s ‘The Waste Land’: The Disillusionment of the ‘Lost Generation’.
In The Flesh is a BBC3 show that follows the rehabilitation of ‘zombies’ (called Partially Deceased Syndrome or PDS sufferers in the programme) back into normal society after they have been cured. One of the the many things that struck me about In The Flesh was the use of visual imagery to further convey the … More Isolation and Otherness in ‘In The Flesh’.