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In the preceding Walt Whitman lyric "A Noiseless Patient Spider," he sees a connection between the spider and the human soul. Using language from the poem as your examples, reveal how the poem identifies that connection. Consider the speaker, the choice of subject matter, the diction, the metaphors, and the image. What insight into the human soul do you gain from this meditation?