how does arnold register his criticism of victorian industrialism in "the scholar gipsy"?
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The pastoral poem in general is a support of living with nature, as opposed to industrialism. Victorians believed that everything industrial was better. Facts and practicality, and machination, became more important than beauty and nature. This poem demonstrates the danger of that.
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