The Features Of Romanticism In The Daffodils By William Wordsworth

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A poem represents the deep feelings and enables the poet to express his/her emotions of the poet as a response to an external stimulus. William Wordsworth (1770-1850) was a well-known romantic poet and one of the pioneers of the romantic period and he subsequently had a big influence in the Romantic era in English literature. A crucial milestone that affected poetry was the era of romanticism, which arouse in the end of the 18th century in Western Europe. This period refers to philosophical, literary, international artistic and intellectual movement. This movement was due to the industrial Revolution and it redefined the ways the people in Western culture perceived themselves and their world. In this assignment I will be writing about how the poem embodies the features of romanticism, its language and imagery, how the poem had an effect on the poet’s personal life, the importance of the context and to highlight the collaborative work between Wordsworth and his sister Dorothy concluded with my personal reflection about the poem and the effect it had on me as a reader. “The Daffodils” also known as “I wandered Lonely as a cloud” was a poem written by the famous poet William Wordsworth around the 1804 and is considered as one of his most famous poem. William had an immense love for nature and loved solitude where he can meditate and observe the beauty and peace of the nature and it can be seen through his poem. If we were to analyse this poem we would find that his
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