Hamlet: William Wordsworth and Sparkling Light Essay

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e Prelude" In the poem, "The Prelude", William Wordworth is introduced with different aspects of the world. The speakers talks about the nature and the natural change. The way he looks at nature, he writes down on his poem and his experience. Were he uses diction, tone, and a lot of imagery. In the beginning of the poem (lines 1-20), the speaker is exploring nature, he uses a lot of imagery on this explaining everything that it makes it so vivid. He also uses personification when speaking about the boat. the tone in the poem is exciting when he is talking about the boat but then smooth and calm as he is on the boat. The speaker uses happy diction lustily, glittering, sparkling light, and proud. Imagery comes in poem when he stars talking about the way the boat moves "Until they melted all into one track Of sparkling light" and "Lustily I dipped my oars into the silent lake, and, as I rose upon the stroke, my boat went heaving through through the water like a swan" the last line is my favorite I close my eyes and can almost imagine that I am really there thee speaker shows how beautiful nature is. A minor transition in line 34, is where the speaker can not see nature. He sees it in a different way now. "There in her mooring place I left my bark and through the meadows homeward went, in grave and serious mood; but after I had seen" and "There hung a darkness, call it solitude or lank desertion. No familiar shadows remained". Those changes occur when he had already…