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  • William Wordsworth and the Reflection of His Ideasin the Poem “Lines Written a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey”


    Essays4 Literature, Philisophy

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ID number:139208
Published: 18.05.2005.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 3 units
References: Used

William Wordsworth is an English poet, one of the most accomplished and influential of England's romantic poets, whose theories and style created a new tradition in poetry. Wordsworth was born on April 7, 1770, in Cockermouth, Cumberland, and educated at Saint John's College, University of Cambridge. He developed a keen love of nature as a youth, and during school vacation periods he frequently visited places noted for their scenic beauty. In the summer of 1790 he took a walking tour through France and Switzerland. After receiving his degree in 1791 he returned to France, where he became an enthusiastic convert to the ideals of the French Revolution (1789-1799).1
In 1797 W. Wordsworth moved to Alfoxden, Somersetshire, near Coleridge's home in Nether Stowey, where it marked the beginning of a close and enduring friendship between the poets. In the ensuing period they collaborated on a book of poems entitled Lyrical Ballads, first published in 1798.
This work is generally considered as marking the beginning of the romantic movement in English poetry. Wordsworth wrote almost all the poems in the volume, including the memorable “Tintern Abbey”; Coleridge contributed the famous “Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” Representing a revolt against the artificial classicism of contemporary English verse, Lyrical Ballads was greeted with hostility by most leading critics of the day.…

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