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Basically this essay is a contrast/compare about William Wordsworths two poems "Expostulation and Reply" and "The Tables Turned". approximately 500 wrds.
At the time William Wordsworth wrote the poems "Expostulation and Reply," and "The Tables Turned," there was a mind-set among many of the poets of his time that book learning and the sciences were somehow unnatural and unpoetic. And that by engaging in their practices man as a race was abandoning his spirituality and distancing himself from nature.
The poems are basically a dialogue between two friends, William and Mathew. In "Expostulation and Reply," it is Mathew who finds William sitting alone on a grey stone without his books daydreaming throughout half the day. Stanzas five to eigh…
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- Basically this essay is a contrast/compare about William Wordsworths two poems "Expostulation and Reply" and "The Tables Turned". approximately 500 wrds.
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