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William Wordsworth - the Priest of Nature
William Wordsworth is one of the greatest English poets and representative of Literary movement - Romanticism. The most important thing for him is nature. Therefore, the poet most often is described as a "nature" writer or the priest of nature.
He is well known for his ability to describe everything very colorful and he pays close attention to the smallest detail. Therefore, he described the world around him very precise and artistic. However, he mentioned in his poetry human’s mind and how it comprehends emotions, which we receive when looking at the things around us. Very big influence was made by his memories from the childhood. He lived in a place where nature was all around him. He observed animals, sky, trees and all natural phenomenons. Therefore, when he started to write his memories of his childhood experience left very big effect on his writing.
The effect of nature we can see in his poem “My Heart Leaps Up.” Even the first lines of the poem emphasize his feelings to nature. …
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