William Wordsworth "Daffodils"
W. Wordsworth was a defining member of the English Romantic Movement. Many scholars even say that the Romantic period began with the publication of "Lyrical Ballads" by William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge in 1798. Romantics turned to Nature for self-fulfilment. They were turning away from the values and ideas of the previous era, embracing new ways of expressing their imagination and feelings. Instead of a concentration on "head," the intellectual focus of reason, they preferred to rely on the self, in the radical idea of individual freedom. Instead of striving for perfection, the Romantics preferred "the glory of the imperfect." Romanticists were tired of the exhaustion of reason and the search for truth and so, they began to embrace beauty and dismiss reason.…
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