The Connection Between Man and Nature

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This poem also deals with the speakers state of mind as he wanders and discovers the field of daffodils and how the memory comforts him when he is "[i]n vacant or in pensive mood" (20). Also brought about by the imagery and figurative language is the connection between the speaker's state of mind and the natural scene...
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In his poem, "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud," Wordsworth uses imagery and figurative language by metaphorically comparing the speaker to a natural object, a cloud, and continually personifying daffodils to show the connection between man and nature. In the first stanza the speaker is compared to a cloud as the poet writes that he "wandered lonely as a cloud" (1)...
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