Compare and contrast Daffodils and Loveliest of Trees

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Alveria Pickett
Linda Layfield
Enc 1102-03
14 November 2013
COMPARE AND CONTRAST Comparing William Wordsworth and A.E. Housman views on nature although Wordsworth and Housman are great poets they describe nature in different ways. In order to imply a connection between nature and the human mind, Wordsworth uses the technique of identification and comparison whereas A.E. Housman does the opposite in “Loveliest of Trees”. Wordsworth has beliefs about man’s relationship face with nature and believes that nature is a teacher and nurtures you. In “Daffodils” the speaker reminisces about a past experience in which he seen a multitudes of “Daffodils” swaying in the breeze. As he recollects this scene, the speaker gradually realizes
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The trees itself stands wearing white referring to a celebration. He refers to woodland of Eastertide. He creates a simile between the tree as he refer to his life. In “Daffodils”, the poet begins great creativity. “I wandered lonely as a cloud” (Line1). A Simile comparing himself to a cloud, making him view nature. The comparison to the cloud is similar to floating freely in darkness actually at the same time. Imagery takes place when the poet states, “A host of golden

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