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a romantic English poet whose work was inspired by the Lake District where he spent most of his life (1770-1850)

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In this research paper I shall argue that the pattern of growth in A Passage to India is Wordsworthian.
moments, it appears, are not only Wordsworthian and Joycean, but trace
Indeed, the phrases from Costello and Wordsworth have as much or more to do with the field of ideas rolled round and bound up in the verse as they do with its surface, suggesting that "A Cold Spring" is indebted in an essential way to Wordsworthian thought.
The seminal lesson that we get from the whole analysis is that Wordsworthian poetry magnum opus of such scenes and sights like 'Twilight' which psychologically function as a mediating principle to bridge the gulf between contending opposites in order to create inner and outer peace and harmony.
The problem today is what to make of Wordsworthian nature, which has long been severed from the socius and can no longer, it seems, function as an allegory of social disaffection and inequality?
Solidarity is often celebrated (and interrogated), but so is the Wordsworthian solitary, especially in the fishing poems.
Albert Goodwin (1845-1932) was a British master-watercolorist whose landscapes represent the last gleam of Wordsworthian piety and Turneresque rhapsody amid the smoke and debris of the twentieth century.
It is not enough to work Shelley and Mary into the plot about her own original creation, or to go to Cumbria and become Wordsworthian, we have more surprises in the final pages.
Not because I was precociously spiritual, unless you mean I had access to that natural Wordsworthian spirituality all children are receptive to if they're given half the chance.
He goes on to describe in similarly perspicuous language the urgent need for reflection that this early encounter with his life's work inspired in him and his escapes into the Wordsworthian landscapes of his Lake District boyhood to indulge that need, which began to make his parents think that "I had fallen into a habit of loafing"--a part of the story that his biographer reduces to paraphrase as follows:
Fairer's exciting reading of the Wordsworthian landscape draws on a distinction between pastoral and georgic modes.
AoIt was almost Wordsworthian in nature Au peaceful and clam.
Wordsworthian and Darwinian at once, perhaps, the neural activity begins as a joyful emotion.
The dimensions of space are, so to speak, leaking into each other, and this accounts at once for the Wordsworthian intimations so many have felt and the appearance of the alien spacecraft that has, indeed, been dimension-hopping, one of those dimensions being ours.