Who is the speaker in the poem the Dolphins? Is its voice individualistic or collective? Discuss with reference to the poem.

Who is the speaker in the poem the Dolphins? Is its voice individualistic or collective? Discuss with reference to the poem.

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    The speaker of the poem is one of the dolphins in a water show. The dolphin is anthropomorphized to reflect its own emotions and feelings.

    The dolphin speaks collectively while expressing the grief and sorrow. On behalf of all the other dolphins present there, the speaker talks about their shared grief over their loss of freedom and how they have accepted their fate in this man-made pool, performing tricks for the man.

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