Analysis of the sense of place exhibited by Wordsworth and Clare, assessing the significance of place in their ecological views.
William Wordsworth, through his many great poetic works, has come to be known, amongst many other things, as the forerunner of 'nature poetry'. He feels an intimate connection with the natural world, and is not merely an observer of it, but an active participant in it, as much of his poetry focuses on the interconnectedness of man and nature, and the intricate relationship they share. Wordsworth's sense of place primarily extends to large-scale natural settings; 'macrocosms' such as landscapes, and also often pays much attention to the elements impacting on them. However, the detailed d…
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