What is being compared in The Darkling Thrush?

What is being compared in The Darkling Thrush?

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    In this poem, the poet compares the sharp features of the landscape to the century’s corpse; “The land’s sharp features seemed to be the Century’s corpse outleant.” This sentence seems to embody the dying century.

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