William Wordsworth

Analysis of poem I WANDERED LONELY A CLOUD of William Wordsworth. Learn more at: Christopher Chandler. Tatiana Souza Cajado William Wordsworth is considered one of the biggest romantic poets of England. In partnership with Coleridge, it published Lyrical Ballads (1798), one of initial landmarks of the English romantismo, therefore basically these poems go to say what it is the romantic poetry. The Romantismo is the opposite of the rationalism and to the severity of the neoclassicismo. It is characterized for defending the creation freedom and privileging the emotion, the feelings. The workmanships value the individualism, the loving suffering, the Christian religiosidade, the nature. The trend is influenced by the thesis of the philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau (to the 1712-1778) of that the man is born good, but corrupts it society. In this text we will go to analyze poem I WANDERED LONELY A CLOUD of William Wordsworth.

The poem is initiated with lyric I if comparing with a cloud and this comparison that it probably makes it wants to say that it is in relation with the nature, a time that cloud if binds to this, however to if comparing with a cloud of a impression of that it has a distant vision of the world. At the first moment am as if I? lyric he only saw hills and the valleys. Suddenly it starts to see a multitude of golden narcissuses, as if he still more approached it to these to the nature, and perhaps of the world and the narcissuses they dance. When saying a multitude of narcissuses and that they dance, the narcissuses start to assume characteristics human beings, if they become citizens, it is as if these flowers had will and everything this in sends the idea of that if they to them are part of the nature then to the nature are alive. 1 I wandered lonely a cloud 2 That floats on high o' er valleys and hills, 3 When all at once I saw crowd, 4 host, of golden daffodils; 5 Beside the lake, beneath the trees, 6 Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.