Name: Landon TantonDate: 02/24/21School: BCVSSFacilitator: Mrs. Lewis7.03 WordsworthDirections: Each question needs to be answered with specific details and textual evidence from the poems. You should write at least one complete sentence for your answer unless youare asked to write more. “The World is Too Much With Us” 1.This poem is called a Petrarchan sonnet. Look up what this is and give a definition. You will need to write 2-3 sentences. A Petrarchan sonnet divides the 14 lines into two sections. These sections are an eight-line stanza, known as the octave, with a rhyme scheme of ABBAABBA, and a six -line stanza, known as a setset, with a rhyme scheme of CDCDCD or CDECDE.2.What is the rhyme scheme (the rhyming pattern of the end words in a poem) of this poem?The setset of this poem has a rhyme scheme of CDCDCD.3.Since Wordsworth writes about relationships with nature, what is he saying in this poem about nature? You will need to write 2-3 sentences.