Themes In Daffodils

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How do Wordsworth and Boey Kim Cheng use imagery to convey their central themes in 'Daffodils' and 'Report to Wordsworth'? Daffodils “Daffodils” by William WordsWorth is about nature and memory, at the deepest level Wordsworth explores themes of beauty and the wonder of nature. ‘Daffodils’ by William WordsWorth is a nature-loving astonishing poem about the beauty and significance of nature, which should be appreciated as well as treasured. In Daffodils Wordsworth is trying to recapture a moment when him and his sister were walking and saw some Daffodils waving in the wind. In this poem Wordsworth has used used lots of imagery, figurative language and many literary techniques to convey his central themes. William Wordsworth has boosted the way to convey his created themes by driving the poem with imagery. The use of imagery helps the reader…show more content…
“ I wandered lonely as a cloud,” by using a simile Wordsworth is trying to say that he is lonely as a cloud which is much more interesting that saying I am lonely. It also describes how the persona feels towards the sight of daffodils. In the first stanza Wordsworth has used a very strong metaphor,”When all at once I saw a crowd, a host, of golden daffodils.” Wordsworth has used a metaphor to compare the daffodils to a crowd of people, which makes us imagine that the daffodils are chattering and leaning on each other. Wordsworth has used many strong adjectives such as “lonely, golden, never-ending,” which instantly make us feel and sense the poem. In the last line of the first stanza “Fluttering and dancing in the breeze,” Wordsworth has used two riveting verbs as well as used personification which make the poem eye-catching. Through the poem Wordsworth has used the best vocabulary and has used strong diction which best explains what Wordsworth is trying to say and makes us sense the
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