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The expression "distant northern sea" is another connecting element between the both stanzas. By mentioning the countries England and France the first stanza is talking about the northern sea. The main topic of the first stanza is the motion of sea. The reader can only guess that it refers to human misery, but the second stanza talks about to the human misery in line 18...
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The reader can only guess that it refers to human misery, but the second stanza talks about to the human misery in line 18. The third stanza abstracts the image of the sea and uses it as a metaphor ("sea of faith") to show that "once" (l.22) humanity was more religious...
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