Central idea of animal poem by ...

Central idea of animal poem by Walt Whitman
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Komal Prasad 2 years, 4 months ago

Walt Whitman in the poem 'Animals' wants to tell us that humans have become complicated and false. They have forgotten their true nature. They want to earn more and more, so that they can owe more and more luxurious commodities. They do sins in order to earn then they repent. Their sins have made them restless. Humans trouble their companions discussing their duties to God. On the other hand animals are free from all types of trivial anxieties, so they are still living their natural life. According to him, animals are complacent and self-contained unlike humans.

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