"The Solitary Reaper" by William Wordsworth. Poem Analysis
"The Solitary Reaper", is a poem divided in four different stanzas, and each stanza has eight lines. Throughout the course of the poem Wordsworth's voice evolves from being an outsider voice into an insider voice; simultaneous, to the evolution of the voice, Wordsworth uses different ways and means to present the spokesman by itself as an emerging voice, which responds to each changing situation. And the poem will flow from an outside perspective into the inside perspective.
From the beginning of the poem, Wordsworth establishes a relationship with us, his audience and readers, which is as important as the relationship he has with the lady. In other words Wordsworth is to the Scottish lass, as we are to him.
In the first two stanzas Wordsworth is going to emerge as an outsider voice.
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