Wordsworth bond to nature.
The city is a place of sterility of chaotic attacks on people's very souls. In the 1790s as well as today the city was inhospitable to those of the population who needed freedom and natural life to thrive. William William Wordsworth was one of such people; living in a city took something from him. The city robed him of part of part of his will to live, a will he could only replenish trough the experience of nature and for a time the memories of such experiences.
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