What is the setting of the poem "The Heart of the Tree" by Henry Cuyler Bunner?  

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This is an interesting question, because the poem has no obvious setting. It is not a narrative with an external location; rather, it is a hypothetical train of thought. Therefore, the literal setting of the poem would be the mind or brain of the speaker, though that is likely...

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