Wordsworth’s attitude to nature.

Trace the gradual development of Wordsworth’s attitude to nature as recorded in ‘Tintern Abbey’. Or Discuss the three stages of Wordsworth’s growth as a poet of nature as recorded in Tintern Abbey’. Answer: ‘Tintern Abbey’ of William Wordsworth is the first clear expression emotional change in poetry. It recognizes the power of Nature to quicken Read More

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Compare ‘Tintern Abbey’ with the ‘Immortality Ode’.

Compare ‘Tintern Abbey’ with the ‘Immortality Ode’. Or The `Tintern Abbey’ and the ‘Immortality Ode’ are both poems of loss. Do you agree? Discuss. Answer: ‘Tintern Abbey’ (1798) and the ‘Ode: Intimations of Immortality’ (1802-06) are the two great poems which express the gradual loss of a ‘visionary gleam’ and also state the poet’s self Read More

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How does Wordsworth portray show/depict the bond between Man and Nature in his poem ‘Tintern Abbey’?

Answer: Wordsworth shows a close relation between Man and Nature. As a pantheist he believes that the same divine Sprit governs and flows through human beings and Nature. The realization that the Spirit of God pervades the objects of Nature as well as human beings has enabled Wordsworth to bring Man and Nature closer to Read More

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Analyze the bond between Child and Nature by comparing `Tintern Abbey’ with the ‘Immortality Ode’.

Analyze the bond between Child and Nature by comparing `Tintern Abbey’ with the ‘Immortality Ode’. Or Analyze the bond between Child and Nature according to Wordsworth. Answer: Wordsworth, like William Blake, was a poet of child-life. Both the poets marked not only the innocent and external appearance of a child but also his mystical and Read More

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Wordsworth as a Romantic Poet.

Answer: William Wordsworth was the representative tine poet of the Romantic Revival which was a literary movement in art and literature in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. He was the pioneer in bringing about transition from Neo-classicism to Romanticism in English poetry. To him strong feeling, imagination and love of nature were more Read More

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