Wordsworth had two simple ideas that he put into his writing of poetry. Included in the 1802 work is a very important preface written by William Wordsworth. Wordsworth begins… 1118 Words 5 Pages William Wordsworth's Poetry gThe greatest and in the end the most influential of the English Romanticsh Britannica 675. Wordsworth was truly and deeply inspired by the beauty of the Lake District. Wordsworth in later life called Coleridge the most wonderful man he had ever known. He is ever spiritualising the moods of nature and winning from them moral consolation.
In some of his poems he was clearly in a state of amazement when he wrote them. Although there was some disagreement about the proper. He produced very little after 1835, but was asked to become Poet Laureate seven years later — he accepted only after being reassured that he would not be obliged to produce any more great works. He was born in Lake District, a region in North West England, known for its beautiful lakes, mountains and forests. Poet actually wrote some of the poetry as well, but more on that later.
A year later in 1843, he became the Poet Laureate. It was not the beauty. Nobody knows, probably a creature of Wordsworth's imagination through perhaps deriving as Coleridge believed some substance from broaings on the motions of his own plight should Dorothy die. All the children were placed under the guardianship of two uncles, who later reluctantly supported both Wordsworth and his brother Christopher. Her plight was a result of the effects which these above mentioned events which were taking place in Britain had on her rural family life.
He calls the second one the brother to the first. Blake addresses a universal audience in a prophetic voice, taking the role of the poet upon himself often using a mystical tone. His unique apprehension of Nature was determined by his peculiar sense-endowment. The separation left him with a sense of guilt that deepened his poetic inspiration and resulted in an important theme in his work of abandoned women. Meeting at Night gives the impression of secrecy and darkness that goes together with the night and the morning suggests the revelation which light brings that prevents them getting together.
But he wrote several important works, notably The Excursion 1814 , later. I have decided to focus on three of his poems. Winter In Germany Wordsworth, Coleridge and Dorothy spent the winter of 1798-99 in Germany; Lyrical Ballads was first published in order to meet the expense of this trip. In 1850, Wordsworth died unexpectedly, after a short illness, and was laid to rest in Grasmere. I shall begin by analysing the poems and looking for three similarities and differences, which will make me decide my final conclusion. He also discovered himself in the midst of an unspoiled little rural community. In 1843, he was made poet laureate.
The first poem that I have decided to focus is on. Adoration for art and admiration of everything beautiful is what his poetry is embellished with. While at Racedown he wrote his one and only one play a blank verse tragedy, The Borders meeting with Coleridge. The most Important part In the history of poetic diction Is constituted by Wordsmith's views on the language of poetry. Wordsworth's preface to a later edition of Lyrical Ballads essentially became the manifesto of literary English Romanticism. A sunrise for him is not a pageant of colour; it is a moment of spiritual consecration: Unlike most descriptive poets who are satisfied if they achieve a static pictorial effect, Wordsworth can direct his eye and ear and touch to conveying a sense of the energy and movement behind the workings of the natural world.
William Wordsworth uses his remarkable observation and writes about every single detail that a commoner would over-look. The bird brings back to him his childhood memories. However, in more recent times due to the era of Romanticism, nature in poetry is viewed in a positive and even beautiful light. It speaks to the child in the fleeting emotions of early years, and stirs the young poet to an ecstasy, the glow of which illuminates all his work and dies of his life. However, Wordsworth had spent his limited funds and was forced to return home.
The two became friends, and together worked on Lyrical Ballads 1798. . He teaches us that, between man and nature there is mutual consciousness and mystic relationship. He remembers how in his childhood he was fascinated by the cuckoo's song and looked for it in the bushes, trees and the sky. By 1820, Wordsworth was at the peak of his career enjoying the much-acclaimed success.