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Carroll's Nothing Gold Can Stay, And William Wordsworth

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Poets also fell between the cracks of realism within the grand sidewalk of adolescence. Not surprisingly, Carroll was a big hit in this realm of writing, with one of his most famous poems "Jabberwocky," a great example of Victorian Culture used within writing. Nevertheless world renowned poems like Robert Frost's "Nothing Gold Can Stay," and William Wordsworth's "We Are Seven," fit within this theme as well within the great gaps of time between these pieces. The odd one out of the three undoubtedly is "Jabberwocky" with strong portmanteaus language, "combined words", and also the arrangement of words in way which would cause a subconscious analysis known as a two-fold technique, where the replacement of words in their sentences is needed to
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