The poem "I wandered Lonely as a Cloud” by William Wordsworth & the prose "The Grasmere Journals" by Dorothy Wordsworth The romanticism in English literature began in the late 18 century until the mid-19 century in Europe, and it was related to love, nature and idealism . As well, it improved the idea of the romantic author and the romantic inner life for the poet. There were two types of romantic writers in writing poetry. The escapist poets who escape from all problems to the nature, and the reformist poets who lead and develop new ways of criticism. Furthermore, there were three criticism schools that were established at that time such as the practical criticism, new criticism and Freud psychoanalysis school. In this essay, I 'm going to explain two literary genres: A poetry and a prose for the same place in landscape of the lake of district including compare between them. The poem "I wandered Lonely as a Cloud” by William Wordsworth , who represents his inner life, poetic profession, and who belongs to the first generation after the French revolution, Napoleon war and belongs to escapist poets.
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