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Sample response: Prufrock thinks modern cities are shallow and lonely. On his walk he describes the seediest places, like cheap motels and bars with sawdust on the floor, and by the end of the poem he hasleft the city altogether. He feels isolated in the city, disconnected, and almost disgusted.Prufrock intermixes thoughts about the city throughout the entire poem; besides the Michelangelo room, it is the most mentioned place. The city seems not to be a place that Prufrock enjoys. He uses negative words like "muttering", "restless", "tedious", and "insidious" to describe it.