Romantic Poets & Nature Essay by The Research Group
Romantic Poets & Nature
Examines theme of return to nature in works by Wordsworth, Colerige, Byron, Shelley & Keats.
# 13209 | 2,250 words | 1 source | 1997 |
Published on Jun 27, 2003 in Literature (English) , Literature (Poetry)
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From the Paper:" The Theme of Return to Nature in Poets of the Romantic Age
The theme of the need for a return to Nature is a predominant theme during the Romantic Age. Each of the major poets of the Age employ the theme as a vehicle for demonstrating a movement toward self-knowledge. However, the employment of the theme is usually for the purpose of elaborating on a possibly more significant theme in Romantic poetry--the workings of the human mind. Each poet employs the theme in different ways to accentuate his or her overlying premise of the need for reflection and thought.
William Wordsworth appears to be the "Father" of the employment of the theme in the sense that his use of the theme seems the most complete and deliberate. Nonetheless, the poetry.."
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