It has fourteen lines divided into two sections. It was interesting to read some of the comments. He writes as though he appreciates the rare opportunity to see the real beauty of London. Westminster Bridge was designated a in 1981. In fact note that he makes no reference throughout the poem of there being people; London is beautiful, the poet seems to imply, when people are taken out of the equation, when it is quiet and still and it is early in the morning. Wordsworth's mother died when he was eight—this experience shapes much of his later work.
With Putney Bridge, the bridge paved the way for four others within three decades: 1769, built by the City , 1759 , 1773 , and 1777 by which date roads and vehicles were improved and fewer regular goods transported by water. William Wordsworth growing up spending most of this time alone and almost always around nature, typically writes of how we are affecting nature. In 2005—2007, it underwent a complete refurbishment, including replacing the iron fascias and repainting the whole bridge. The reason undoubtedly lies in its great simplicity and beauty of language, turning on Dorothy's observation that this man-made spectacle is nevertheless one to be compared to nature's grandest natural spectacles. An investigation is ongoing by the Metropolitan Police. The Romantics had a fascination with the classical civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome. Westminster Bridge is a road and foot traffic bridge stretching over the River Thames, linking Westminster and Lambeth.
However in the poem Composed upon Westminster Bridge we see a different side of Wordsworth were he describes a city so still and peaceful the beauty is hard to pass unnoticed. Yet Wordsworth finds London a glorious sight in the early morning light, because the city has not yet woken up and these industrial processes and governmental activities have not yet begun. That of a mighty city, full of the amazing accomplishments of man. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. The poem describes the city in a very positive way, communicating its power and 'splendour'. He was travelling to France to discuss this with his former lover.
The manner in which Composed upon Westminster Bridge is. However, Wordsworth looked really hard throughout this poem, and was able to find some beauty in London. Wordsworth was a famous Romantic poet. Wordsworth was a famous Romantic poet. William Wordsworth growing up spending most of this time alone and almost always around nature, typically writes of how we are affecting nature.
This is a perfect example of theme being developed because someone would have to look insanely hard to make that comparison, and notice the true beauty. In fact he sees the natural elements which one the river, the sun, the sky, the valley, the rock and hill but also the objects that man made as the ships, the towers, the theatres, the temple and the houses. The starting line itself gives ample evidence for his mastery over the language. She was a phantom of delight When first she gleam'd upon my sight; A lovely apparition, sent To be a moment's ornament; Her eyes as stars of twilight fair; Like twilight's, too, her dusky hair; But all things else about her drawn From May-time and the cheerful dawn; A dancing shape, an image gay, To haunt, to. John's College in Cambridge and before his final semester, he set out on a walking tour of Europe, an experience that influenced both his poetry and his political sensibilities. There are two analytical interpretations of this poem in this article. It links the Palace of Westminster on the west side of the river with and the on the east and was the finishing point during the early years of the.
Also, the City herself seems alive. They both create powerful, contrasting images but are both similar in the use of language and exaggeration. He was deeply disturbed by the ways and acts of people. The reduced version of a petrarchan Sonnet by Hopkins praises God for all the odd and strange things within nature. In this way, Wordsworth is treating the city much like one of his regular landscape poems, and providing her with attributes that all hinge upon the total absence of man and of people.
Equally important in the poetic life of Wordsworth was his 1795 meeting with the poet. A close look at his poem, however, reveals that this is much more than a celebration of the achievements of industrial civilization. The first has eight lines and the last has six. The two poems I have chosen to write about are: 'London' by William Blake and 'Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3rd 1802' by William Wordsworth. Also chartered means on a map, almost as if it is owned, by the king perhaps. In the dawning of the day, nature holds a brief dominion over the sleeping houses and buildings. It thrives and slumbers and sleeps as the poet walks upon Westminster Bridge, and watches it doze.
On April 7, 1770, William Wordsworth was born in Cockermouth, Cumbria, England. They lost themselves, without any warmers The crowded streets turn into hopeless graves There are more than a million strangers Who walk past these unknowns and ignore them Who will know that they want to be laughers? Later that year, he married Mary Hutchinson, a childhood friend, and they had five children together. However, we did qualify this as loose iambic pentameter, evidenced by the fact that lines one and two begin with stressed syllables 'earth' and 'dull'. Five people - three pedestrians, one police officer, and the attacker - died as a result of the incident. This is actually pretty cool. Although he had been to London before, it still felt like a different world to him.
Roads on both sides of the river were also built and improved, including and around the in. It thrives and slumbers and sleeps as the poet walks upon Westminster Bridge, and watches it doze. Upon Westminster Bridge is made up of fourteen lines, which is divided into two; an octave which is made up of eight lines and a sestet which is made up of the remaining six. It is written with the iambic Pentameter, and is of course a Shakespearean Sonnet. The poem was actually written about an experience that took place on July 31, 1802 during a trip to France with Wordsworth's sister,.