How does Eliot make the transition from scene to scene? Does there seem to be one speaker or two?

Choose one of the five parts of The Waste Land and define the function of two of the three techniques discussed in this lesson in Eliot (fragmentation, juxtaposition, allusion). How does Eliot make the transition from scene to scene? Does there seem to be one speaker or two? How do we make a sense of meaning out of the rush of words? NOTE: Make sure you don’t misspell Eliot—it’s only one L, not two (not Elliot, or Elliott).
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: STRONG OPENING THESIS, DEVELOPMENT (500 words), SUPPORT (quotations), OBJECTIVE TONE (No “I” or “we”).

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