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Nature in The Prelude Books IVIII
Wordsworths Attitude to Nature Reviewed
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appears attitude beauty become beginning believe blessings breath bring called cause certainly child clear Coleridge comes concerning delight desire difficult Dorothy earlier Early earth effect entirely eternal evil Excursion experience faith feelings felt force forms give given happy heart helped hope hour human idea imaginative important influence inspiration intellectual interest kind knowledge known later least letter light lines live look Lyrical Ballads man's mankind meaning mind moral mystical Nature Nature's never objects passage passion philosophy pleasure poem poet poetic poetry political possible Prelude present principle pure question reason received religion seemed seen sense simple society soul speak spirit strong suggest tells things thought tried true truth turn understand universe vital wanted whole Wordsworth worth writing young youth