Published on March 13, 2014
Topic: A comparative Study of Wordsworth and Coleridge as a romantic poets. Name: Patel Kinjal Paper Name: The Romantic Literature Paper No: 5 Roll No: 16 Submitted to: M.K. Bhavnagar University
Introduction *Romanticism generally speaking is the expression *The poetry of this age was marked by intense human sympathy and a consequent understanding of the human heart.
Romanticism understanding of Liberty Freedom Human heart Intense human sympathy
New Turn to Poetry *Wordsworth and Coleridge *Great poets *Joint efforts *Romantic revival *The meeting of Wordsworth and Coleridge *Nether stowey *Momentous meeting
*They decided to transform *Old currents of classicism *They were unhappy *Decorative language 18th century *The first piece of work *Myres humorously calls: *Lyrical Blast
• Studied the simple objects of nature • Coleridge to introduce • Supernaturalism , mystery and magic in poetry • Wordsworth gave : “Charm of novelty to things of everyday”
*Coleridge introduced the dream-like quality *Wordsworth presented *The common *Simple life of peasants and shepherds *Coleridge went to the *Medieval period *Magic *Mystery
• One special thing about them • Loved and appreciated Nature • Wordsworth visited Coleridge at Keswick • Immortality ode Coleridge replied with ode on Dejection. “Rolled round in earth’s diurnal course, With rocks, and stones, and trees”
• In certain respects it was who had a better flowering. • Coleridge soon came to an end. • Wordsworth could not stop the decline in Coleridge’s poetic power, but one can say that their contribution to English was a landmark for the Romance in English poetry.
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