The Romantic Tenets in the Poetry of William Wordsworth

Chirag M. Patel


This research work focuses on “The Romantic Philosophy in the poetry ofWilliam Wordsworth. The Romantics focus onlandscape because of its natural essence and its spiritual composition. TheRomantics aim at fighting for the masses and educating the public on how naturecan be better treated and appreciated. He present the beauty and enjoyment oflife in which he find himself as imaginary and visionary. This workexamined the theory of romanticism in romantic poetry using WilliamWordsworth.Wordsworth own most of his poetic resources and characters tonature as he  strongly believe in the power of nature that brings all that isgood to life.

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