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1. Match the following poems given in Column A with their poets in Column B : Column a Column B a) The flying wonder 1. Lewis carrol b) Is life but a dream 2. D.H. Lawrence c) O captain! my captain! 3. Stephen Vincent Bennet d) Snake 4. Walt Whitman





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