Using two paragraphs, from book 2 of the Prelude Illustrate how Wordsworth has learned to appreciate Nature for her own sake.
Through the Prelude it is clear that Wordsworth has always recognized and appreciated Nature's presence, even if it was not the primary focus of his enjoyment and activities. In paragraph 2 Wordsworth reflects the energy he had when he was younger "We ran a boisterous course" emphasising in particular his love of group pastimes. This paragraph links to verse 13 book 1 when Wordsworth and friends were ice skating and reinforces the childish fun he once delighted in. The use of "span around with giddy motion." Demonstrates time speeding up, also the fact Wordsworth seemed to be longing for s…
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