William Wordsworth was one of the greatest Romantic poets of the early 19th century. He is considered a Lake District poet, named for the area in England where he lived. More »

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The poem "Daffodils" (or "I wandered lonely as a cloud") by William Wordsworth is, superficially, about the beauty and bliss of the sight of daffodils. On a deeper level, it can be interpreted as a celebration of the one... More »

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"Nutting" by William Wordsworth recalls a day spent gathering nuts in the woods as a boy. The boy revels in his surroundings, enjoying the beauty of the forest--but before he leaves, he drags a tree branch crashing to th... More »

William Wordsworth, an English poet who lived from 1770 to 1850, was a major figure in the Romantic Age of English literature. Wordsworth’s publication of “Lyrical Ballads” in 1798 with another poet, Samuel Taylor Coleri... More »

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The poem "Daffodils" (or "I wandered lonely as a cloud") by William Wordsworth is, superficially, about the beauty and bliss of the sight of daffodils. On a deeper level, it can be interpreted as a celebration of the one... More »

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Englishman William Wordsworth wrote 387 poems from the 1790s to 1850, including the collection "Lyrical Ballads," written with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and "The Prelude." English literature scholars credit Wordsworth wit... More »

The rhyme scheme of "My Heart Leaps Up" by William Wordsworth is ABCCABCDD. In this poem, the speaker describes the joy he feels in nature, as well as his hope that his enjoyment of nature lasts for the rest of his life. More »

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