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William Wordsworth was a 19th century Romantic poet of the Lake District of England. Many schoolchildren are introduced to him through his most famous poem, "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" also known as "Daffodils."
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William wordsworth has no middle name, his full name is mr William wordsworth this is factual and found in a number of sources hope that helps ?
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Answer An Iambic tetrameter has 8 syllables per line where every other syllable is stressed. For example: I write, I draw, I sing, I dance or di-dah di-dah di-dah di-dah The first syllable is usually unstressed. You put more emphasis on the 2nd syllable, and the 4th, etc. "I write" would be an …
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"B. Wordsworth" is a story by V. S. Naipaul (1959), the most widely read and widely honored Caribbean novelist writing in English. The story -narrated by a boy- of a man who 'felt like a poet but could never be one'. The "B" is later revealed to stand for black -and the main character is a kind of …
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William wordsworth is an English poet who died, in the 1850sWilliam wordsworth is an English poet who died, in the 1850s
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The climax of B. Wordsworth takes place when the young boy visits B. Wordsworth. He found Wordsworth laid on his bed, weak and frail. It is then that Wordsworth reveals his lies to the narrator. The narrator was very upset with his liar and ran home. the narrator learn that we cannot trust people th…
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' Daffodils' is essentially a lyric poem which is expressive of the feelings of joy.
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William Wordsworth loved children, and believed that adults learn much from listening and talking with them because of their innocence and total honesty. He also believed they possessed the capacity to understand concepts that were way beyond their years.
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write the detail meaning poem and what is consider to be the poem " Lucy dwelt " attention?
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In his prosaic, intellectual poetry, Wordsworth keeps few secrets from us. If you need help untangling some of the lines in the Ode and, therefore, in seeing the central idea.
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William Wordsworth compared the solitary reaper's singing to the nightingale because to him her singing was even better than the nightingale. The poet was in Scotland and was very tired and exhausted when he saw the reaper alone in the field cutting and binding the grain. he compared himself to the …
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In the poem, 'The Daffodils' the poet William Wordsworth has described how he once came across a number of daffodils moving in the breeze. The beauty of the daffodils fascinated the poet and it became a pleasant experience for him.The poet has compared himself to a floating cloud passing over hills …
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This poem reflects a walk that was taken by William Wordsworth in the Lake District of England in 1802. It was first published in 1807 and revised in 1815. I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside …
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The kitten and the falling leaves is a poem by William Wordsworth. The central idea of the poem is that when the kitten is hunting, she is just as fast as the leaves that fall from a tree.
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It is believed, since his sister did record a day that they visited an area in the Lake District of England in her journal, that William Wordsworth is the speaker of the poem "Daffodils". The visit was in 1802 and the poem was first written in 1804. It is written as a memorty of a time when the daff…
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What does the Wordsworth family do with Carolina Panthers, the Sports team? They make money. The Wordsworths own the Panthers.
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his poetry ofcourse....... his lengthy autobiographical "poem to Coleridge" as The Prelude which is now known to be his one of the master pieces!
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There were two famous John Wordsworths: English classical scholar (1805-1838) born at Lambeth, Central London, England. Clergyman (1843 - 1911) born in Harrow in the Hill, West London, England The family was primarily involved with the church, and both of the John Wordsworths were nephews to the …
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A house called Cockermouth in Penrith. This House es now commonly know as Wordsworth house. when did William Wordsworth live William Wordsworth was born in 7 apil1770 Wordsworth house cockermouth, England and died 23 April 1850 aged80)
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he describe his love for nature and nature is a companion of solitude
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William Wordsworth are returning from a friends house with his sister Dorothy. They come across a field full of daffodils. Wordsworth is so caught up by the whole experience that he feels enriched by the end of it. His sister makes a diary entry about the glamour of the daffodils. Using this, Wordsw…
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we should be an obedient person and obey the commands of parents.
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Like many of Wordsworth's poems, the central idea of "Daffodils" is the beauty of nature. The speaker encounters a field full of daffodils waving in the breeze and is overcome with delight watching them. After leaving the field, he often thinks of the flowers when he is bored or melancholy and the m…
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It is a petrarchan sonnet. The first eight lines present a view of the city as it wears the sunlit morning like a garment and its edifices glitter beneath the sky. The last six lines then boldly declare that this man-made "formation" is just as beautiful in the sunlight as any natural formation, suc…
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William Wordsworth died on April 23, 1850 at the age of 80.
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7 April 1770 - 23 April 1850
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The meaning of life and the love of nature.
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William Wordsworth died from pleurisy. The inflamed pleural layers rub against each other every time the lungs expand to breathe in air.
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five years have past; five summers, with the length of five long winters! It is about a rabbit whose foot was cut off. The rabbit cannot move, so it remarks about nature and, pretending that the foot is still with him, speaks to it, calling it "sister."
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In the poem "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud", also known as "Daffodils" by William Wordsworth, these are the rhyming words: Verse 1 Lines 1 & 3: Cloud + crowd Verse 1 Lines 2 & 4: Hills + daffodils Verse 1 Lines 5 & 6: Trees + breeze Verse 2 Lines 1 & 3: They + gay Verse 2 Lines 2 &am…
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The poem is a memory or reflection which, when mentally revisited, brings peace, calm or another pleasant emotion to the individual. The poem implies a unity between nature and man.
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Poetry goes unappreciated, the lifestyle of a poet is not respected. people did not appreciate their works. For poet, everything that they do have the meaning beside it. Throughout the poem Wordsworth teaches the boy about observance and poetry, but transgresses this on his death bed because he real…
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Of course they can be compared. If you only compare their literary technique and style that would be enough in the context of romanticism. However if you want to compare their attitudes to women, love, life, death, revolution, industrialisation, nature, religion then you can see its all about invest…
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William Wordsworth was a Romantic poet. He became the Poet Laurete in 1843 and died a few years later in 1850.
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William Wordsworth was born on April 7, 1770.
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The characteristics of Romantic poetry from the 1800's are that it emphasizes feeling, intuition and imagination to a point of irrationalization. Charles Baudelaire quoted that "Romanticism is precisely situated neither in choice of subject nor exact truth, but in a way of feeling." Others feel tha…
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The Biography of William Wordsworth William Wordsworth was born in a fine house called 'Wordsworth House' in the town of Cockermouth on April 7th 1770. His father, John Wordsworth had a job in law and rented the house off a businessman, Sir James Lowther. He had an older brother; Richard and tw…
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The literal and scientific fact was that Wordsworth saw a large bed of wild daffodils besides a lake, agitated by the spring wind. The rest is all imagination.
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William wordsworth was famous for his poetry and love for nature.He was great as a poet. The NEW AGE WORDSWORTH. In 2010,the new wordsworth was created in Bangladesh in South East-Asia,Hes name was Sharjil Shadman,a boy born in 1995,march 18.The name was chosen for him because of his "rap" ability …
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William Wordsworth wrote the poem I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (aka The Daffodils), which ends with the following lines: "And then my heart with pleasure fills, / And dances with the daffodils." The poem, his most famous work, was developed from a trip to Glencoyne Park, in the Lake District of Engl…
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William Wordsworth was a poet of England during the Romantic period. The Romantic period was an artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the 18th century. It was a rebellion against aristocratic, social and political standards and was against the scientific …
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William Wordsworth lived in Grasmere, which is in the Lake District of Britain
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he decribed this in is poem solitary reaper
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the piece is part of a long ode, search "glory in flower" which was the verse from the back of the watch
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This is a line from William Wordsworth's poem "I wandered lonely as a cloud" also known as "The Daffodils".This line means that when he's alone at his home probably reflecting,the memory of the daffodils comes to him. This memory is a blessing for him. He is happy remembering his experience.This is …
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Poetry is the "spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings"
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Dorothy wordsworth.
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This poem, by William Wordsworth, was written in 1804, published in 1807 and edited in 1815. It is also called "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud". The Daffodils I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Bes…
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There are 3 main themes/readings in 'There was a boy by William Wordsworth':- metaphorical reading > death of childhood, connection to nature severed- literal interpretation- Wordsworth himself > his childhood, his own memories (spots of time)
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Grasmere, England
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He was born on the 7th of April 1770.He died on April 13th, 1850.That makes him 80 years old.
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William Wordsworth's mother Ann Cookson died of an illness, possibly pneumonia, in March 1778.
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William Wordsworth was born in Cockermouth in Cumberland on the northern edge of the Lake District. As an adult he lived in France and Germany but settled in Grasmere in the Lake District and he became known, along with Coleridge and Southey, as one of the Lake Poets.
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William Wordsworth wrote the poem I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (aka The Daffodils), which ends with the following lines: "And then my heart with pleasure fills, / And dances with the daffodils." The poem, his most famous work, was developed from a trip to Glencoyne Park, in the Lake District of Engl…
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wordworth believes in pantheism.
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he has won 3 awards
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Honorary degree, Durham University (1938)Honorary degree, Oxford University (1939)Poet Laureate of England (1843)
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The theme of the poem "Daffodils" is its loneliness and beauty of the nature. William Wordsworth especially wrote poems based on romanticism and loneliness of human beings.
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This poem reflects a walk that was taken by William Wordsworth in the Lake District of England in 1802. It was first published in 1807 and revised in 1815. I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside …
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These are some of the things that should be considered in a critical analysis: Poet's intent - why he wrote the poem.What literary or poetic devices did the poet use?What about the setting, topic, voice, tone, events, symbolism - how did they contribute to the poem?How did the poet conclude the poem…
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St. Oswald's Churchyard, Grasmere
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The central idea of Wordsworth's 'The Rainbow' is that the sort of person we are when we are young determines the sort of person we grow up to be. The idea is contained in the poem in the line: "The child is father of the man." Wordsworth believed that being good made you a better person, while be…
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In 'Tintern Abbey' Wordsworth sees 'Nature' as a place of permanence - and therefore a shelter and retreat from the stresses and confusions of urban life in the Industrial Age. Wordsworth usually sees 'Nature' as a place of calm and safety. Coleridge, and later Tennyson, had a much more ambiguous a…
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Wordsworth is often called a Nature poet - because he likes to write about nature (forests, hills, lakes). Many poets prefer to write about cities. I don't think he would be called a 'naturalist' poet. A naturalist is someone who likes to make scientific studies of plants and animals. Add on.. Wor…
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it is considered pantheistic because he believes that nature is God
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His poems were famous mostly because of who he was. He was one of the first Romantics in English literature. with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, whom i believe is his friend, helped to launch the Romantic age in English literature with the 1798 joint publication lyrical Ballads, this answer may not be cor…
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the poet compares the daffodils with the stars that shine and stretch in never ending line on the Milky way continuously the daffodils toss their heads and sprightly dance.
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He lived his life in nature as he born where field was near so he used to go there and write poems on nature.And people loved his poems about nature so they start calling him Poet of Nature.And he used to thought deeply about nature which people loved it so that was also the reason of calling him po…
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Lines Written in Early Spring is a poem by William Wordsworth in it the writer is talking of a memory, which brings back both happy and sad thoughts. They talk of the beauty of the environment around them; they also speak gloomily of mankind.
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The poet is lonely and wandering wherein he sees the golden daffodils and their dramatic movement along with the breeze which lifts up his mood. He uses natural surroundings as simile's to describe the beauty of the flowers. He in moment of joy feel like joining the flowers in their dance. This crea…
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william wordsworth had 5 kids
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One summer evening (led by her) I found A little boat tied to a willow tree Within a rocky cave, its usual home. Straight I unloosed her chain, and stepping in Pushed from the shore. It was an act of stealth And troubled pleasure, nor without the voice Of mountain-echoes did my boat move on; …
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tintern abbey ek gadha tha...
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around 7 or 8.
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He wrote poetry about all sorts of things.
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The theme of the poem "Daffodils" is its loneliness and beauty of the nature. William Wordsworth especially wrote poems based on romanticism and loneliness of human beings.
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In 1791 he graduated from Cambridge
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the extract b.wordsworth is about a realy intersting story of a little boy named sonny who met a man named b.wordsworth they both became friends soon....then one day b.wordsworth invite the boy sonny at his home to eat mangoes when he goes there they became frnds...
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