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How does William Wordsworth personify the London city in his poem composed upon Westminster bridge?

There isn't very much personification of London in Wordsworth's Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3rd 1802:- certainly not as much as one might expect in a typical p (MORE)

What was the Statute of Westminster?

In 1931, the British parliament passed the Statute of Westminster,  a law that gave formal recognition to all countries with Dominion  status full independence, stating that (MORE)
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What is the palace of Westminster?

The Palace of Westminster is the official name of the two houses of the British Parliament - the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
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What is the romantic analysis of Composed Upon Westminster Bridge September 3 1802?

William Wordsworth was quintessentially regarded as a naturalist, to him nature gives double implication-one with his close observation and attention to details of external en (MORE)

What are the personifications in 'upon Westminster bridge'?

1. This city now doth, like a garment wear The beauty of the morning; silent, bare," The poet personifies the city as a person wearing beautiful clothes. 2. "The river glidet (MORE)