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A Comparison of Wasted Lives
W.D. Snodgrass's "Disposal" is filled with plenty of imagery, but it lacks the complex issues of John Lennon and Paul McCartney's "Eleanor Rigby." Both the poem and the lyric deal with the issue of people who most likely spent their lives being lonely and shut out from the world; however Snodgrass focuses on just the one woman rather than lonely people in general. The authors have their own way of getting across a similar issue by using different imagery and depths of loneliness.
<Tab/>"Disposal" is a poem told about a woman who has passed away and her belongings are being…
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