What is the central idea of the poem The Snail?

What is the central idea of the poem The Snail?

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  1. The poem’s major point is to show how and why the author thinks a snail is pleased and self-sufficient. The snail lives in a small, private, and self-contained environment, which is explored in the poem. The snail’s independence gives the poet an inner sense of serenity and belonging that he cannot lose, which is the prime motive for writing this poem. The expression ‘house and all’ refers to the natural shell that surrounds and is a part of the snail’s own body, rather than the momentary areas where the snail attaches itself.

     

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