Riassunto opere di Wordsworth

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In this poem develop a light, blissful ambience, and, to gives this sensation, the poet uses phrases like line 1 and 13. He personifies the creatures around him, and through personification he’s able to visualize nature in a more human-like form, personification also aids the readers in being able to witness the link that W. feels between man and nature. His lines reveals images of the peacefulness and harmony present in nature. With the last two line he express his thought but he doesn’t directly describes the grief and pain that man has created, instead he allows the reader’s mind to imagine that strife.
In this poem, the poet tells about the beauty of nature and he wants that people reflect about their relationship with nature. It's interesting the contrast of the description of the poet and the description of nature, in fact the poet is motionless, pensive, and sad, while the element of nature contrast an idea of pleasure action and enjoy of life.

A little girl is talking about her family. In this there are 7 members. 2 live at Conway, 2 are sailors, and 2 are died, and she lives with her mother in the churchyard cottage. Near the graves of 2 who are died, she knits her stocking and eats supper when the weather is fine. The first who died was her sister Jane, then her brother Jonh passed away and he was buried next to Jane. The child accept death as inactive life; they refuse to distinguish between life and death: the girl knits, eats and plays about the graves of her brother an her sister, and when the poet insists there are only 5 of them, she opposes saying: "we are 7".