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    Great content, bad layout

    Eliot isn't a reknowned poet for no reason, but Kobo does him a disservice by not formatting his poems properly. Rather, everything is in long paragraphs rather than lines in stanzas. This makes appreciating the rhythms of the words difficult and, ultimately, frustrating.
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    Formatting makes this unreadable

    This is produced without correct line breaks, so each stanza is produced as a solid block of text. I can't complain about something that cost me nothing; but likewise - I can't delete it fast enough. The poems are fabulous - but not in THIS book.
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    Regal read

    The dissocuative, impressionistic style is really appealing and has a reality of its own. It stirs imprints of our emotions and fears.
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    Prufock and Other Observations

    Must say I read this as a teen and it made little sense to me. Now that I am older I feel it makes perfect sense. Bring on afternoons with coffee spoons.
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    Love and hate

    I love T.S. Eliot, but the format of this ebook is kind of odd
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