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William Wordsworth View of How "The World is Too Much With Us".
William Wordsworth View of How "The World is Too Much With Us"
During the late eighteenth century, the Industrial Revolution was born. The Industrial Revolution was the beginning of an industrialized economy in which machines were developed to facilitate the mass production of clothes and other textiles; the Industrial Revolution changed the world. Even though, the birth of the Industrial Revolution changes the world, however, a poet, William Wordsworth objects to this new change. He expresses his objection in the poem, "The World is Too Much With Us." In this poem, Wordsworth describe…
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