Compare and Contrast the Wanderer and the Seafarer
When interpreting any type of literature, it is always important to attempt to divine the author's purpose in creating the work. The poems "The Wanderer" and "The Seafarer" are no exception to the rule. Far from being simple and easily interpreted, they are both packed with content, purpose and hidden meaning, but while they may contain the same types of goals, the content and meaning differ drastically in many areas, anywhere from actual feelings and methods, to lessons and teachings.
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