posted by dontdelay .
What is the implied lesson the speaker learns from the little girl in Wordsworth's "We are Seven"?
A. Poor children live a hard, painful life.
B. Because they are uneducated, country people don't understand how the world really works.
C. By simplifying his perspective, he might find more unity in life and death than he understood before.
D. Nature can bring the dead back to life.
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