William Wordsworth as a romantic poet

Wordsworth as a romantic Poet

William Wordsworth (1770-1850) was a leading figure of the Romantic movement in English literature, known for his innovative poetry that celebrated nature, imagination, and the human spirit. In this article, we will explore his life, works, and legacy and see how he embodied the ideals of Romanticism in his poetry. Why Called William Wordsworth a … Read more

Composed upon Westminster bridge September 3, 1802, Summary by William Wordsworth

Composed upon Westminster bridge

It was William Wordsworth who wrote the poem Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1803, which is in fact an Italian/Spenserian sonnet. Its title is known for marking a particular place as well as time, a viewpoint over the River Thames of London during the Industrial Revolution. Moreover, the sonnet is typical of William Wordsworth … Read more

 The Solitary Reaper Summary and Analysis

 The Solitary Reaper

About the poem The Solitary Reaper The Solitary Reaper is a popular lyric poem written by William Wordsworth who was the pioneer of English Poetry This poem was originally composed on 5th November 1805 and first published in the year 1807 In fact, William Wordsworth’s trip to Scotland in 1803 with his sister Dorothy inspired … Read more

Daffodils by William Wordsworth

William wordsworth Daffodils Poem

‘Daffodils’ Introduction: The lyrical poem ‘Daffodils’ is a well-known work of the leading 19th-century Romantic poet William Wordsworth (1770 – 1850). People know this poem by one more name that is “I wandered lonely as a cloud”. Poem Name Daffodils Poet William Wordsworth Poem Type lyrical poem Genre Romantic literature Form (rhyme scheme) iambic tetrameter … Read more