Discuss Vaughan’s Treatment of Childhood and Nature in His Poems

Henry Vaughan, a Welsh mystic, although he wrote under the influence of John Donne and George Herbert in his early poems, had many points to differ from them. In his nature poems, he was closer to the still unborn poets like William Blake and William Wordsworth. No doubt, he was primarily a metaphysical poet, still, […]

Wordsworth as a Poet of Nature with Special Reference to Tintern Abbey

Wordsworth is highly acclaimed as a poet of nature. Tintern Abbey is one of his representative poems revealing a more deeply philosophical and unified expression of his thoughts about nature. In fact, the poem is Wordsworth’s own testimony to the change of his attitude to nature. He has given a highly emotional description of the […]

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