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infant sorrow and explorer edited - The poems The Explorer...

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The poems “The Explorer” and “Infant Sorrow” are in parallel structure owing due to the assumption of both protagonists seeking for a safe and peaceful tranquil area, within a perilous world. The protagonist’s objective in “The Explorer” is “Somehow to find a still point in the noise.” Through analytic process, the previous This quote is an example of how an individual is trying to find peace in a noisy area. could possibly means an individual pursuing a peaceful spot within a noisy area . This noise could probably be as outsized as war or as minute as a verbal argument. The fact that this noise could be a war or an argument outlines that a character is in a problematic situation (since a small argument doesn’t make the whole world dangerous) perilous world . The structure of the poem “The Explorer” is also comparable to “Infant Sorrow.” A dangerous world as seen in “The Explorer” is not always as general as a world going through warfare, but could be as specific as a family crisis (ye.. u already said it doesn’t have to be a war
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