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William Wordsworth: THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US 1 Poetry Analysis---Week 1 Project Laticia Tyndale-Fagan South University ENG 1300-Comp III/ Literature “The World is too much with us” By Williams Wordsworth
William Wordsworth: THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US With the world evolving at an astounding rate, William Wordsworth uses symbolism in his poem, "The World is too much with us” to explains his sense of belief and deep feelings he had toward nature. Throughout the poem, Wordsworth angrily complains that the world is too overwhelming for people to appreciate it. Everyone is so concerned with acquiring money that they no longer stop and admire nature. Wordsworth even expresses disgust and frustration on how people are so concerned with accumulating things that they don’t see anything in nature to own. According to Wordsworth, we've sold our souls. If we do not become one with nature, we will lose sight of what is important as the world becomes too overwhelming. William Wordsworth uses imagery, symbolism, and characterization to support his points and capture his reader's attention. The imagery used in, "The World is too much with us” made William Wordsworth more robust. “This Sea that bares her bosom to the moon, the winds that will be howling at all hours,”

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