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1. What country does the speaker see on the other side of the English Channel?→France
2. What's the famous land formation at Dover that's mentioned in this poem?→The White Cliffs of Dover
3. What Greek playwright makes a cameo in this poem?→Kermit
4. What's the name of the sea that the Greek playwright is standing next to in the second stanza?→The Baltic Sea
5. What place does the speaker compare the world to in the last three lines?→A fragrant meadow
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