Humanities Beauty In The Convergence Of Twain By Thomas Hardy

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Humanities beauty is juxtaposed through their corruption and vanity. In Thomas Hardy’s poem, The Convergence of Twain, Hardy’s use of poetic devices facilitates the overlying theme of human vaingloriousness. This vaingloriousness ever present in the momental human creation of the Titanic will always contort to the supremacy of nature and how humans will always be second rate compared to nature, as the world nature originated will control humanity.
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