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Walt Whitman Vs. Lord Tennyson

Summary: The contrast between Walt Whitman's "The Dalliance of Eagles" and Lord Tennyson's "The Eagle"
Much like in human society, in nature all animals have two different sides to them. Both of the poems are related in that they talk about a similar subject in the eagle, but they have completely different portrayals and views on how they want the reader to view the eagle. In Lord Alfred Tennyson's poem "The Eagle" we are given the description of an eagle that is dangerous and on the prowl, while in Walt Whitman's "The Dalliance of Eagles" we are given the description of a more amorous and tender side of an eagle.

By reading the first poem we can see that an eagle can suddenly change its personality without warning. As mentioned in Tennyson's "The Eagle", the bird is sitting atop of a mountain and then suddenly dives towards the water in search of prey. We are given a description of the...

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