T.S.Eliot: The Wasteland. You are a desperate cry
to God, moulded in intricate word-craftmanship.
Your language is controlled, but inside, you
feel empty and are not content with your life.
You see both the world and your inner self as a
waste land: nothing good can come out of it
anyway. People find you difficult to understand
but admire you nevertheless.
Which literature classic are you?
brought to you by Quizilla Just a big ol' pair of ragged claws, etc. This one was actually a lot of fun to do. Got it from KS and jinty </p>