What are the themes of Wordsworth poetry? I need a proper answerSubjects and themes?

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Ashley Kannan eNotes educator| Certified Educator

This will be a complex answer because Wordsworth is a very complex poet.  Many of the themes he explores relate to the idea of Romanticism and the thoughts of Romanticism.  Some of the ideas of Romanticism such as the love of nature can be seen in his poem on "Daffodils" where an affinity for the natural world is linked with personal reflection and notions of self.  In Wordsworth's "Tintern Abbey" poem, Wordsworth explores the Romanticist idea that human beings' experiences in childhood play a formative role in identity formation throughout their lives.  Another idea that resonates in this poem is the valuing of emotions and using an emotional frame of reference to better understand who we are and who we wish to be.  Finally, in the poem "The Solitary Reaper," Wordsworth keys into the Romantic idea of connection with the world in both natural and emotional senses to better understand one's notion of self.  The personification of "the moment" as one that reveals "the true nature of things" is a critical one in this poem, central to both Wordsworthian themes and Romantic poetry, in general.