Wordsworth’s attitude to Nature and Man as revealed in Tintern Abbey

Wordsworth’s attitude to Nature and Man as revealed in Tin
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Sub Topics: Nature was a necessity of his being and through it he lives and breathes.

Key Words: Wordsworth, attitude to Nature ,Tintern Abbey, passions, receptive powers ,natural phenomena, spiritual development ,poetry, communion with nature, feelings,

Wordsworth’s attitude to Nature and Man as revealed in Tintern Abbey, the cult and creed of Wordsworth’s poetry, was the outcome of his direct communion with nature. This education of Wordsworth’s feelings, passions, receptive powers were derived namely from natural phenomena. Nature was a necessity of his being and through it he lives and breathes.
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