William Wordsworth as a Nature worshipperthis might help you for your study about how william engaged the aspect of nature inside his every poet. for more check the below link given:...

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Kristen Lentz | Middle School Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

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Wordsworth certainly enjoyed nature in all his wanderings around the Lake District and felt in tune with it; so much so that in many of his poems, nature speaks to Wordsworth and then he answers back on nature's behalf.  Of all the Romantic poets, Wordsworth probably wrote the most about nature.

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William Wordsworth is a nature worshipper because it is a source that has taught him all the principles of lovely life.Through this,he viewed all the mercy of God and became able to love all. Nature taught him the lesson of love,peace and fraternity.

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Wordsworth certainly enjoyed nature in all his wanderings around the Lake District and felt in tune with it; so much so that in many of his poems, nature speaks to Wordsworth and then he answers back on nature's behalf.  Of all the Romantic poets, Wordsworth probably wrote the most about nature.

yes true, but you need to support your answer from the evidence of his text. whther he captured it always in positive or negative, and how he sees nature it self throught his symbolism, metaphor, imagery, anything like it...

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