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What is the main source of irony in this poem? the idea that winning is really losing the idea that failures hold success in higher esteem than those who are successful the idea that dying is
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User: What is the main source of irony in this poem? the idea that winning is really losing the idea that failures hold success in higher esteem than those who are successful the idea that dying is winning





Weegy: What is the poem?
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User: Why are poems often more ambiguous than other works? because they typically work on a figurative and a literal level because poets tend to write about abstract ideas, rarely discussing anything concrete they are not

Weegy: because they typically work on a figurative and a literal level
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User: To which of the following does Oscar Wilde compare his poems? gardens love flower petals

Weegy: Love
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