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The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock poem by T.S. Eliot

"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock", commonly known as "Prufrock", is the first professionally published poem by American-born British poet T. S. Eliot (1888–1965). Eliot began writing "Prufrock" in February 1910, and it was first published in the June 1915 issue of Poetry: A Magazine of Verse at the instigation of Ezra Pound (1885–1972). It was later printed as part of a twelve-poem pamphlet titled Prufrock and Other Observations in 1917. At the time of its publication, Prufrock was considered outlandish, but is now seen as heralding a paradigmatic cultural shift from late 19th-century Romantic verse and Georgian lyrics to Modernism.

<i>Till Human Voices Wake Us</i> (film) 2002 film by Michael Petroni

Till Human Voices Wake Us is a 2002 Australian drama film written and directed by Michael Petroni and starring Guy Pearce and Helena Bonham Carter.

Mark Budz is an American science fiction writer. Budz was born on November 1, 1960, in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, into a family that traveled prodigiously. In the late 1980s, Budz moved to Oregon to become a full-time writer. Although he began by writing short stories, his novels such as Clade and Crache have been nominated for major awards.

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Stephen Cole is an English author of children's books and science fiction. He was also in charge of BBC Worldwide's merchandising of the BBC Television series Doctor Who between 1997 and 1999: this was a role which found him deciding on which stories should be released on video, commissioning and editing a range of fiction and non-fiction titles, producing audiobooks and acting as executive producer on the Big Finish Productions range of Doctor Who audio dramas

The experience machine or pleasure machine is a thought experiment put forward by philosopher Robert Nozick in his 1974 book Anarchy, State, and Utopia. It is one of the best known attempts to refute ethical hedonism, and does so by imagining a choice between everyday reality and an apparently preferable simulated reality.

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Kerry Shale is a Canadian actor, voice actor, singer and writer based in London, England.

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