It is a waste type consisting of everyday items that people use and then throw away. Waste is being left behind after many human activities. They believed that with the urbanization of society and loss of culture that essentially the human identity has been lost and has not yet been fully recognized.
People seemed too willing to abandon their cultures and submit to a rule of the mob. Eliot - The Waste Land, a line modernist poem by T.
Eliot also uses this poem as an ironic quest of modern day people. To the reader, this gives the effect of chaotic experience ordered into a new whole, though the realistic surface of experience is faithfully retained.
They were victims of the class system which maintained a system of privilege, snobbery and distrust In The Waste Land, the theme of isolation from a noble past is represented by descriptions of the environment, sexual corruption, and self-mechanization