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On Lyrical Poetry of Wordsworth, a Poet of Nature

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William Wordsworth, one of the greatest poets in England, is known as the poet of nature. His poems took on greater significance in English literature. The purpose of this essay is to study his source of forming such a lyrical style and the process he expressed his ideal in singing highly of the nature to show my respect towards him.

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Huang, X. , Pei, F. and Fu, C. (2014) On Lyrical Poetry of Wordsworth, a Poet of Nature. Advances in Literary Study, 2, 113-115. doi: 10.4236/als.2014.24018.

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