In "Tintern Abbey," what was Wordsworth’s attitude toward Nature when he first visited the Wye?

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It is interesting that the speaker of the poem begins by telling us that it has been five years since he was last looking at the spectacular view of nature that he has returned to now. This becomes important, because as the poem progresses, the now more sober and philosophical Wordsworth compares his enjoyment and appreciation of the view with his more passionate and uncontained responses...

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