The Daffodils William Wordsworth Analysis

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Arab Open University Tutor Marked Assignment (TMA) FACULTY OF LANGUAGE STUDIES A230A TMA COVER FORM (2014/2015) Branch: Jordan Program: English Language and Literature Course Title: Reading and Studying Literature Course Code: A230A Student Name: Ekhlas Abed Alhfed BaniHassan Student ID: : 2 100758 Section Number: 2 Tutor Name: Dr. Natalie Yakinyan Mark Allocated to TMA STUDENT MARK 20% for content : a max of 20 marks marks deducted for lang. & communication errors: a maximum of 4 marks Earned Mark The Daffodils William Wordsworth, 1770 - 1850 Romanticism is said to be about individuality and experimentation, poets expressed the importance of nature, feelings, and emotions, and one of the most important Romanticism era poets is William Wordsworth. Wordsworth "Represented his inner life and poetic vocation in relation to the landscape of the Lake District" (AOU, 3). William Wordsworth defined poetry as "The spontaneous overflow of feelings" (Buzzle.com). His poem the Daffodils captures the essence of the poet 's true feelings and love for nature. Wordsworth 's poem embodies language and imagery in almost every single line; showing the poet 's true love for nature accompanied by simple common-man language. It is worth mentioning that Wordsworth 's poem was meant to be read by the masses, unlike his predecessors, who thought of poetry as being limited to the elite and educated classes. Wordsworth, like many poets of his era, "Entered the era
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