Departure and Arrival Poem Reference to the Context
Departure and Arrival Reference to the Context
These lines have been taken from the poem Departure and Arrival written by T. S. Eliot.
The poet in this poem says that man should keep in view his departure right at his arrival in the world. He should determine objects of his life and work for them. Man should leave a better world before his departure to the next world. As sons of the twentieth century we should set good examples for the coming generation, so that we may be remembered forever. We must struggle to make the future better, before we start for our destination. The poem shows Eliot’s faith in idealism and optimism.
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