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Poetry Comparison and Contrast of William Wordsworth's "It is a Beauteous Evening" With William Blake's "To The Evening Star"
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A 5 page paper which compares and contrasts the poetic styles employed by William Wordsworth in "It is a Beauteous Evening" with those utilized by William Blake in "To The Evening Star." Specifically considered are the style, themes, imagery and relationships, to evaluate how strong the personal voice of the poet is in each, and determine which expresses the greater uneasiness. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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William Wordsworth's 'The World Is Too Much With Us'
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A 7 page essay on this sonnet from Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads. The writer reviews what Wordsworth himself said about his poetry and his intentions in the 'Preface to the Lyrical Ballads' which was published with the poems. Wordsworth was attempting to depart from the overly decorative speech used in the poetry of the late 18th-century. The writer pays particular emphasis on how Wordsworth's poetry related to his beliefs about nature. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Romantic Poetry And Wordsworth
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William Wordsworth developed a theory of poetics and an underlying cultural theory for poetry. Wordsworth believed that nature played a key role in spiritual revitalization and stressed the role of memory in capturing the experiences of childhood. This 5 page paper argues that Wordsworth's theories of romantic poetic structure have been both accepted and highly criticized. Wordsworth, through the auspices of his own work, was consistent in his portrayal of what constituted ‘good poetry.’ Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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William Wordsworth vs. Elizabeth Browning / Two Romantic Era Poets Analyzed
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This 5 page research paper examines two poems, 'Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known' by William Wordsworth and 'Sonnets From the Portuguese' (XXI, XXII, XXXII) by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Specifically analyzed are the poets' attitudes about love -- Wordsworth's romantic notions despite acceptance of realism and Browning's more dream-like prose.
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Nature According to Wordsworth and Hopkins
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A five page paper comparing and contrasting the way Gerard Manley Hopkins and William Wordsworth regard nature. The paper argues that Wordsworth thinks God and nature are essentially the same thing, while Hopkins sees God's power reflected in nature's beauty. Specific poems discussed are Wordsworth's "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud," and Hopkins' "God's Grandeur." Bibliography lists three sources.
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The Nature & Function of the Transcendent in William Wordsworth’s Poem, 'Tintern Abbey'
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A 5 page paper which examines the nature and function of the transcendent in William Wordsworth’s 1798 poem, 'Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey.'
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William Wordsworth & The Theme Of Nature In His Poems
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A 9 page research paper arguing that Wordsworth's poems frequently centered around the theme of nature. Examples are provided from 'Tintern Abbey,' 'To The Same Flower,' 'Michael,' and other works to support the writer's thesis. It is concluded that Wordsworth was particularly interested in the 'non-human' aspect of life and illustrated such throughout his works. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Figure of Speech Analysis of William Wordsworth's Poem, "The World Is Too Much With Us"
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A 5 page paper which analyzes the figures of speech used in William Wordsworth's 1802 poem, "The World Is Too Much With Us." Specifically considered are allegory, allusion, hyperbole, metaphor, simile, irony, personification, pun and satire. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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William Wordsworth's 'Drowned Man of Esthwaite'
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A 6 page paper on one episode described in William Wordsworth's long poem The Prelude. The paper notes how the episode of the drowned man, which the poet actually experienced as a boy, helped him come to terms with death and loss. Bibliography lists one additional source.
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Tennyson's 'In Memoriam,' Wordsworth's 'Tintern Abbey' And Blake's 'Introduction': Faith And Human Conflict
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4 pages in length. The thematic poetry of Alfred Tennyson, William Wordsworth and William Blake is often seen as quiet and pastoral, dealing with the gentler aspects of existence. There is however, another side of their respective work: addressing the issue of faith and conflict between human beings. Some examples in this regard are include In Memoriam, Tintern Abbey and Introduction. The exact manner in which Tennyson reveals this conflict is an integral component to the poet's overall mystique, utilizing the literary technique of imagery. No additional sources cited.
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William Wordsworth / The Epitome of the Romantic Era Poet
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This 10 page paper looks at one specific aspect of Wordsworth poetry (nature) and how it is representative of the entire literary period known as the 'Romantic Era.' Bibliography lists six sources.
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Ann Plumptre’s “Something New” and William Wordsworth’s “Prelude”
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This 8 page report discusses two prime examples of the literary thought that predominated the romanticism of the early years of the 19th century. Wordsworth’s work is one of his greatest and chronicles his life and changes brought about in him in verse. He incorporates himself with the events of the day and his observations of his life as though he were a subject to be analyzed. In contrast, Anne Plumptre’s novel examines the life of woman constrained by her time for no better reason than physical appearance and her ability to evolve beyond such superficiality. The common thread in both works is the idea of benevolence, of grace that is an essential part of all life. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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How William Wordsworth Educates His Readers in "The Prelude:" Books 9, 10 and 13
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A 5 page paper which examines how Wordsworth was inspired by historical events that teach mankind to learn from history in order to avoid making the same mistakes, as evidenced in three books from his epic poem. No additional sources are used.
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Wordsworth’s “She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways”
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A five page look at this poem by William Wordsworth. The paper observes that the poem begins by describing the young woman and ends by describing the poet’s feelings for her, which was really what he was describing all along. Bibliography lists two sources.
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Can Authority Ever Be Entirely Justified?
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A 5 page paper which examines the issue of authority, and whether or not it can ever be entirely justified, by specifically considering the divine authority of kings in William Shakespeare's "Henry IV," the authority of God (and man) in John Milton's "Paradise Lost," the secret wish of female authority in Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Wife of Bath's Tale," and William Wordsworth's determination of poetic authority. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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The Way the Concept of the Child Figured in the Work of Select Poets in the Romantic Period
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In 5 pages the author discusses the way the child figured in the work of such poets as William Wordsworth, William Blake, and Charlotte Smith of the Romantic Period. No additional sources are cited.
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Romantic Poets, Reality And Society
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At the end of the eighteenth century three people came together into a relationship that helped to define an era and defy the conventions of the times. This 20 page paper examines the lives, personalities and relationship between William Wordsworth, Samuel Coleridge and Dorothy Wordsworth. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
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Poetic Analysis of William Wordsworth's "Surprised By Joy"
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A 5 page poetic analysis which considers who the poem is addressed to, why the sonnet is an appropriate form for this poem, how the poet exploits the division between the octave and sestet to convey his meaning, how the special effects of caesura and enjambment contribute to its meaning, and considers John Milton's elegiac influence on the poem's structure. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Beauty and Harmony in Taoism and the Works of Wordsworth
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A 6 page paper comparing beauty and harmony as approached by Lao Tzu in the 6th century BC and by William Wordsworth 2500 years later. Wordsworth was not a Taoist, of course, but his poetry nonetheless reflects much of the Taoist position on beauty and harmony. Nature is the overriding natural order for each; nature exemplifies both beauty and harmony. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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William Wordsworth/Form in his Poetry
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A 5 page essay that addresses the form and substance of Wordsworth's poetry using his poem "The World is Too Much With Us, Late and Soon" as an example that is representative of his work. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Coleridge's Biographia Literaria
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Nineteenth-century English poetry is most often thought of in terms of the long poems or of poets like William Wordsworth and John Keats, who aspired to the public voice of the epic or the ode. One of the more prevalent forms of poetic disemblance in the nineteenth century was the sonnet. This 4 page paper examines Coleridge's Biographia Literaria as to its conformity, or non-conformity, to the standard forms of the epic poem and the sonnet. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Enlightenment, Romance And Reason
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William Wordsworth in his Preface to Lyrical Ballads approached reason from the perspective of both poetry and Romanticism. The philosopher Immanual Kant approached reason from the perspective of Enlightenment. This 7 page paper argues that the relationship between Enlightenment principles of reason and the romantic emphasis on emotion seems, on the surface, to be diametrically opposed. However, from the Kantian viewpoint it is merely a step in the process to maturity of humankind. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Full Circle
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A 10 page paper that speculates how an alien being would react were this being to visit Earth in the year 10,000 A.D., an Earth that shows no trace of man's existence except for three literary works. Alexander Pope's 'Essay on Man', William Wordsworth's 'Ode: Intimations of Immortality', and Samuel Beckett's 'End Game'. Excerpts from these three works are included along with the speculated reaction of an alien being upon reading them. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Idealized Children In Romantic Literature
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The romantic writers of the Victorian era included such notables as William Wordsworth, Emily and Charlotte Bronte, Charles Dickens and Lewis Carroll. This 10 page paper argues that, within the Romantic literature, the child became the metaphor for society, including social stratification, changing gender roles and the loss of innocence in a world quickly becoming reliant on technology. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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The Romantic Revolution
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A 5 page paper analyzing the birth of the Romantic era in literature at the turn of the nineteenth century. Particular attention is paid to William Wordsworth's 'Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood' and (as an example of the old order) Samuel Johnson's 'The Vanity of Human Wishes.' Bibliography lists six sources.
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Human Inspiration for Two Poems
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This 5 page paper delves into William Wordsworth's Tintern Abbey and Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Frost at Midnight. Their human inspirations, as well as feelings evoked by their natural surroundings, are discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Romanticism, Realism, Naturalism, and Symbolism in Modern Poetry
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A 5 page paper which discusses various famous modern poems and illustrates how they all involve aspects of romanticism, realism, naturalism, and symbolism within. The poems, and poets, are as follows: William Blake's 'Songs Of Innocence' and 'Songs of Experience'; Shelley's 'Ode To The West Wind'; Keats' 'Ode to a Grecian Urn' and 'Ode on a Nightingale'; Browning's 'My Last Duchess'; and Wordsworth's 'The World Is Too Much With Us.' No additional sources cited.
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Romanticism - The Language of the Human Heart
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A 2 page paper that defines Romanticism as expressed in William Wordsworth's 1798 poem The Tables Turned. Also briefly discussed is the influence Romanticism exerted on the political and religious thinking of the early nineteenth century. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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The Nature of Contemplation, As Expressed in Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s “Ulysses” and William Wordsworth’s “Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey”
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A 7 page paper which examines how nature inspires contemplation, as each interior monologue ponders memories of the past, the meaning of life and man’s place in it, and death or the possibility of a hereafter. No additional sources are used.
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Faulkner's The Bear
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As William Wordsworth defined romanticism, it included three aspects: culture, nature and memory. This 5 page paper argues that f these elements are present in the short story, The Bear, by William Faulkner. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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A Literary Comparison of John Keats’ “Grecian Urn” and William Wordsworth’s “Ode: Intimations of Mortality”
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A 5 page comparison of the literary genre of odes using the poems of two of the most noted poets of the romantic genre. Discusses the ode genre, distinguishing between irregular odes and regular odes. Emphasizes that while certain aspects such as structure differ in many respects between Wordsworth’s “Ode” and Keats’ “The Grecian Urn”, there are a number of commonalties between these presentations as well. No additional sources are listed.
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London From Three Perspectives
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5 pages. The focus of this paper is the different perspectives of London based on three pieces of literature from different time periods. Examined in this paper are William Wordsworth's The Prelude, William Blake's Songs of Experience and E. M. Forster's Howard's End. All three of these writers have their own view of the city of London, its nuances and people. These views are of course based on different time periods as well as individual perspectives. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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