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1) As the argument goes, the little girl at the novel's opening, whether Maggie Tulliver or Eliot's authorial persona, becomes Hopkins' Margaret, both of whom lament the all-too-soon demise of the season that in turn analogizes the ephemeralness of things.
An obvious example is the ephemeralness and difficulty of programming television as that technology originally evolved.
Family portraits, love, travels, Venice, Sicily, literary-artistic myths, ephemeralness, reminisences about the dead, loneliness--everything that it was customary to put into so-called lyric poetry.