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Nature and the memory of the men are transformed together. The personification is suitable to his solipsism, and his reverie does seem more philosophically satisfying than that of the first speaker. But this gain is bought at the risk of seeming slightly sentimental. ” The passage which follows, common to all versions of the poem, brings in spiders, owl, and willows. These conventional death symbols all have overtones of determinism. They imply the history of which the soldiers are a part; it is as important a part of their meaning as their future.

There must always remain room for another point of view. A technique of which Tate made relatively little use in 29 “Narcissus as Narcissus” is the comparative study of earlier and later versions of the poem. As a poet, he would naturally wish to stress the final form of his expression, and it would be only natural to avoid or even to suppress earlier versions of the poem. Certainly any judgment on the poem should be made on the author’s final choice of expression. But when the earlier version help to illuminate the later one, it would seem to make a valuable adjunct for the reader.

And poetically, the omission of “economy” is a great gain, for its connotations of the world of affairs remain with it even in another context. The same kind of alteration is to be seen in the handling of the concept of silence in the “mummy” section. ” Because the speaker is given to personification as a means of understanding, the later version seems more appropriate. The mummy, which appears in both versions, suggests very well the personal element in the mind of the speaker. It also raises many problems: the decline of civilizations, the futility of man’s effort to defeat the operation of time, the relationship of man and the hereafter.

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