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Who said nature red in tooth and claw?

Tennyson

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In this regard, what does it mean that nature is red in tooth and claw?

A reference to the sometimes violent natural world, in which predatory animals unsentimentally cover their teeth and claws with the blood of their prey as they kill and devour them.

Also Know, who said the quote it is better to have loved and lost? Alfred Lord Tennyson

Thereof, what does tooth and claw mean?

It is a phrase which is generally used to refer the context like voilent natural world,in which predatory animals unsentimentally cover their teeth and claws with the blood of their preys as they kill and devour them. The actual phrase is "Red in Tooth and claw" .

Are God and Nature then at strife?

Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809–92) Are God and Nature then at strife, That Nature lends such evil dreams? To what I feel is Lord of all, And faintly trust the larger hope.

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