Elizabeth Bishop's poetry often goes beyond description to reveal valuable insights about people's courage and resilience. Discuss this statement in relation to "The Prodigal."
This statement applies to "The Prodigal" through Bishop's use of a reflective and sympathetic tone. This tone allows us to move beyond the stark descriptions of the man's current condition and hope that he may one day overcome his many problems and achieve salvation.
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