What stable origin could be found for the English spoken inmuch less ? In —99 he started an autobiographical poem, which he referred to as the " poem to Coleridge " and which he planned would serve as an appendix to a larger work called The Recluse.
He was frequently away from home on business, so the young William and his siblings had little involvement with him and remained distant from him until his death in Furthermore, Wordsworth seems to have retreated into a form of rationalism he had rejected in order to become the great poet of The [Prince Regent] seems neither respected or beloved; and the lower orders have been for upwards of thirty years accumulating in pestilential masses of ignorant population; the effects now begin to show themselves Having exhausted his money, he left France in early December before Annette Vallon gave birth to his child Caroline.
Since Aristotle claimed in his Poetics that the complexity of a work is directly proportional to the greatness of the work, we have sought out literature that withstands multiple intense readings.
He thought that lowering diction and content simply made it so that the poet had a smaller vocabulary of both words and concepts to draw from. The more imaginative the juxtaposition is, the more exciting the poem becomes.
Rather than composing a completely original concept or description, the fanciful poet simply reorders concepts, putting them in a new and, possibly, fresh relationship to each other.
He makes use of primary imagination in his work, because it is the kind of imagination he values most, and avoids secondary imagination or fancy as much as possible. The "reconciliation of opposites" manifests itself in lines such as these.
The work of Coleridge and Wordsworth is also rhetorically constructed to express their critical theories, which a pragmatic reading of the text would pick up.
Wordsworth also gives his famous definition of poetry as "the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: Coleridge also uses highly imaginative images to create juxtaposition in the poem. Despite the death of many contemporaries, the popularity of his poetry ensured a steady stream of young friends and admirers to replace those he lost.
In the Autumn ofWordsworth and his sister returned to England and visited the Hutchinson family at Sockburn. Through juxtaposition ideas, concepts, and descriptions are made clear. The farther back you trace an "English" word, the more it blurs into Latin, Greek, Celtic, and Germanic.
He completed this work, now generally referred to as the first version of The Preludeinbut refused to publish such a personal work until he had completed the whole of The Recluse.
Fancy is the lowest form of imagination because it "has no other counters to play with but fixities and definites" You wish it to be supposed that you are one of those who are unpersuaded of the guilt of Louis XVI.
On 4 October, following his visit with Dorothy to France to arrange matters with Annette, Wordsworth married his childhood friend Mary Hutchinson. Emotion, Imagination and Complexity The 19th century was heralded by a major shift in the conception and emphasis of literary art and, specifically, poetry.
This is what Wordsworth accomplished, using vivid description in his poetry.William Wordsworth as a young man This time, I worried less about snippets of lines and more about the poet and his poems. I learned how the poet who was all about revolution ultimately became Britain’s poet laureate and a pillar of the literary establishment.
William Wordsworth - Poet - William Wordsworth, who rallied for "common speech" within poems and argued against the poetic biases of the period, wrote some of the most influential poetry in Western literature, including his most famous work, The Prelude, which is often considered to be the crowning achievement of English romanticism.
This insight is worth bearing in mind when considering the various prose works of the poet William Wordsworth. For Wordsworth poetic composition was a primary mode of expression; prose was secondary.
Wordsworth seems to have written prose mostly in order to find a structure for his poetic beliefs and political enthusiasms.
He abandons Wordsworth's notion of poetry for the common man, and uses lofty language, poetic diction, and subject matter that is specialized. While he still holds a reverence for Nature inherent to romantic literature, his poems are not exclusively based around the natural.
But finally, Wordsworth’s ambitious Preface is limited by his belief that "common" speech is so vital because, and only because, it gets us back to an "original" set of words fixed to "original" objects.
Language is a material, a technology, not a. - William Wordsworth's Tintern Abbey As students, we are taught that William Wordsworth's basic tenets of poetry are succinct: the use of common language as a medium, common man as a subject, and organic form as an inherent style.Download