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The poet imi- tate^ men, men who are jn action, _and who are better or worse than we are. "The same distinction marks off Tragedy from Comedy; for Comedy aims at representing men as worse, Trag- edy as better, than in actual life/' Poetry has two reasons for being. The poem's enactment of the contemporary social scene in "The Burial of the Dead," "A Game of Chess," and "The Fire Sermon" exhibits the "negative liberal society" in which such events and people are typical.

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