From what point of view is "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" told?

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The point of view is first person, with the persona of J. Alfred Prufrock addressing an unknown woman who he is walking to tea. Ironically, he never arrives at tea and instead tells more of an interior monologue about his thoughts and associations.

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