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Shows how Wordsworth presents the importance of his ideas of childhood in "The Prelude".
In Paragraph 7 Book 1, Wordsworth highlights how important exploration of your environment is when you are a child; through out the paragraph he conveys to the reader his joy in youth and the importance of Nature within his early years. The use of "babe" and "five years old" demonstrates how old he is; at this time Wordsworth would have been living in Cockermouth where he spent his childhood, also the inclusion of a capital letter when talking about 'Nature' shows the respect Wordsworth has towards her as it draws emphasises and elevates Nature. This relationship with Nature, that he had f…
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- Shows how Wordsworth presents the importance of his ideas of childhood in "The Prelude".
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