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CliffsNotes on Wordsworth's The Prelude describes the production of a poet, one that used to be pivotal in English letters. the final method in The Prelude is to list an event from the poet's previous after which to ascertain its philosophical and mental importance and relate it to society at huge and to nature. certainly, the phenomenal advantage of The Prelude is its inventive interpretation of nature.
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- Analysis of The Prelude
- Wordsworth's Literary History
- Wordsworth's Poetic Theory
- A chosen bibliography
- As good as advised assessment questions and essay topics
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Com methought Her very presence such a sweetness breathed, That flowers, and trees, and even the silent hills, And everything she looked on, should have had An intimation how she bore herself Towards them and to all creatures. God delights In such a being; for her common thoughts Are piety, her life is gratitude. He suggests that his recent defects and his irresolution are due to his ability to be only a mute witness to things and to his incapability of forming a moral opinion about them. The mood passed, however, and he once again came into his powers.
He reviews his mental history and the record he has made of it. Intellectual power in his youthful mind had brought him the assurance of his love for all things and of the truth of his vision. But his "natural graciousness of mind" was not a match for the troublesome times that intervened. He likens himself to a voyager who is close to blessed shores but who cannot land. He hopes to be a different man in times to come and wonders where to turn for guidance. He rejects the wise men and heroes of the past and finally even the poets.
He speaks of his missing Coleridge and prays for his recovery. He tells us that as a child he dreamed of Sicily, without ever having seen it. Thinking of Sicilian seas and vales, his spirit brightens; the thought of her great poets and thinkers of antiquity gladdens him. In an imaginary setting which evokes the rich symbols of the classical landscape, the poet sees Coleridge disguised as one of the poets of antiquity. He sees him drinking inspiration at the fountain of Arethuse (or some other)--a devoted disciple of the Muses, not a prisoner in exile.