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Tennyson wrote "Break, Break, Break" in anticipation of his own death. True False
Tennyson wrote "Break, Break, Break" in anticipation of his own death. This statement is FALSE. Tennyson wrote the poem as a lament for the death of his friend Arthur Hallam.
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Tennyson wrote "Break, Break, Break" in anticipation of his own death. This statement is FALSE. Tennyson wrote the poem as a lament for the death of his friend Arthur Hallam.
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