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Well, if "Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things'" resolve seems somewhat weak and implausible, then at least the acting seems rather strong here from regulars and guest stars alike, in order to hold viewer interest, as we hope for something encouraging to happen this time around. A. sad songs B. obvious facts C. hopeful wishes D. sweet notes It was also a time of very colorful slang! “In order to go on living one must try to escape the death involved in perfectionism.” – Hannah Arendt. William Wordsworth (1770-1850) What does the poet mean by “plaintive numbers”? For old, unhappy, far off things.” (a) What do the ‘plaintive numbers’ refer to? For old, unhappy, far off things." No knightlier spirit breasted the storm in twenty battles beneath the Red Cross. (b) Why does the poet use the word 'perhaps' here ?