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Prufrock declares, In these lines the central tension of hipster culture is hinted at: the claim of authenticity, a claim that paradoxically, is undermined by the very self-consciousness required to stake such a claim.

] Is it perfume from a dress That makes me so digress?

With a bald spot in the middle of my hair— [They will say: "How his hair is growing thin!

“Hipster” has been called “the most divisive characterization of our time.” No one wants to identify as one, and everyone wants to mock them.

He is paralyzed by the same overwhelming fear of missing out (yes, “FOMO”) that plagues a generation facing endless options and clear few choices: “In a minute there is time / For decisions and revisions which a minute will reverse,” Prufrock laments.

An actual experience is surpassed by talking of it. But the erudite, Harvard-educated Eliot saw high culture not as opposed to popular culture, but as its fulfillment, argues Eliot scholar David E.

Chinitz, whose research shows that Eliot’s extensive engagement with a variety of popular culture forms helped shape even Eliot’s most complex and difficult works.

It is in the city that the pulse of a civilization is taken.