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Questions about the works of the American poet and playwright Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869–1935) or his life as a writer.

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Connotative meaning of poetic lines:- "And We went without meat and cursed the bread"

In the famous poem Richard Cory by E.A. Robinson, given below are the lines of my interest So on we worked, and waited for the LIGHT, And went without the MEAT, and cursed the BREAD capitalisation ...
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