Wordsworth - Lines He could feel nature all around him He thought that men had turned themselves into these things that ruin nature He feels that

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Nutting The author is speaking of a great day. He went for a walk in the woods. The forest is overgrown because people rarely walk through it. He came to an area that was unvisited and very beautiful. He feels it’s being wasted because no one ever sees it. He is excited thinking about how many people will enjoy seeing it in the future.
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Unformatted text preview: Lines He could feel nature all around him. He thought that men had turned themselves into these things that ruin nature. He feels that all flowers and birds enjoy themselves, but humans do not. He can’t even think of the joy a bird feels. At the end he talks about regret for what man has become....
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course ENG 1011 taught by Professor Patillo during the Fall '08 term at Saint Joseph's University.

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