discuss the darkling thrush as the representative poem of the victorian age
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“The Darkling Thrush” is, to some extent, very much like Victorian poetry in terms of style, content and purpose. This poem follows the pattern of a short lyric poem as often seen in Victorian poetry. The poem is also like an internal monologue, voicing the thoughts and emotions which the speaker is undergoing at that moment. Written in an almost elegy style as if bidding farewell to the dying century is upsetting for the speaker.
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