William Wordsworth

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William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth was born April 7, 1770 in Cockermouth Cumberland, where his strong passion of nature ,shown in many of his poems, began at a younge age. His parents were Ann Cookson and John Wordsworth who later died in 1778 and 1783. Wordworth was one of five children: Richard, William, Dorothy, John, and Christopher. Wordsworth had a strong relationship with his family, which influenced alot of his poetry. Wordsworth Married Mary Hutchinson, and they later had 5 children. In 1812, Two of Wordsworths children, Catherine and John, passed away.

William Wordsworth

"Come forth into the light of things, let nature by your teacher." -William Wordsworth

"I Wandered As Lonely As a Cloud", by William Wordsworth is a reflection of the torture he felt thorugh the losses in his life, but also how his profound connection with nature supported him with his struggles. Wordsworth effectivley reveals the overcoming of his pain through his experiences with the silent desolate beauty he discovers in nature. He shows that connection through uplifting imagery and graceful personification that provides a hopeful tone throughout the poem.


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