The Return Home
An individual's hometown is one of the most important ties that a person can have. Memories of all sorts can be placed in the area that someone had grown up in. However, changes occur, and being absent for a period of time helps the individual realize these changes. William Wordsworth displays this realization in the sonnets, "Composed Upon a Westminster Bridge" and "London, 1802."
"Westminster Bridge" reveals Wordsworth's feeling of leaving his hometown of London. In the octave, Wordsworth personifies the elements of London as the "beauty of the morning" rises up over the buildings as…
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