Misery in Poetry

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In six pages this paper examines how human suffering and misery manifest themselves in the poems 'The World is Too Much with Us' by Wordsworth, 'Song to the Men of England' by Shelley, 'The Soldier' by Brooke, 'Kublai Khan' by Coleridge, 'Musee des Beaux Arts' by Auden, and 'Dover Beach' by Arnold. There are no other sources listed.