Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey Questions and Answers
by William Wordsworth

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In the last section of "Tintern Abbey," Wordsworth focuses on his sister, Dorothy. What does looking at Dorothy make him remember?

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The speaker of Wordsworth's poem "Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey" reminisces about his younger days while looking upon his sister; at the same time, he reflects on the trueness of Nature, who "never did betray / The heart that loved her." In these moments, the speaker remembers that he himself held dear his time in nature, when he wandered the woods and the cliffs and "this green pastoral landscape" and found great spiritual reward. Together, the speaker and his sister have shared time next to wild streams, for example, and the speaker explains that time in nature with his sister made his worship of Nature even more meaningful. Seeing...

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