What idea of death does Wordsworth convey in the poem "We Are Seven"?

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In "We are Seven," Wordsworth uses the perceptions of an innocent young girl to convey an idea that the death of the physical body is not the end of a person's existence.

The speaker runs into an eight-year old girl with a wild, rustic air about her. He asks her how many brothers and sisters she...

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