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    Memory and imagination play an important role in the poem “Daffodils.” In the first three stanzas, the poet imagines and depicts the nature as he sees around him. He sketches the surroundings through his imagination till he reaches the daffodils. In the final stanza, the poet uses him memory to recaRead more

    Memory and imagination play an important role in the poem “Daffodils.” In the first three stanzas, the poet imagines and depicts the nature as he sees around him. He sketches the surroundings through his imagination till he reaches the daffodils. In the final stanza, the poet uses him memory to recall the vision he witnessed in the first three stanzas. The poet is alienated from the society, is seen when he says, “I wandered lonely as a cloud”, as he uses his memory to bring back a part of that very society. The poets memory flutes on his imagination when he says, “That floats on o’ver vales and hills.” The poet’s imagination which in turn leads him to recall the memory makes the poem more thriving and also it speaks about the speaker’s loneliness and isolation.

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    William Wordsworth’s poem “Daffodils” is indeed a romantic poem as it depicts the poet’s love for nature and also highlights his emotions and feelings through nature. I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (Daffodils) Summary

    William Wordsworth’s poem “Daffodils” is indeed a romantic poem as it depicts the poet’s love for nature and also highlights his emotions and feelings through nature.

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    The figure of speech used in the line, “I gazed and gazed-but little thought” is alliteration. I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (Daffodils) Summary

    The figure of speech used in the line, “I gazed and gazed-but little thought” is alliteration.

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    The figure of speech used in the line, “tossing their heads in sprightly dance” is personification. I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (Daffodils) Summary

    The figure of speech used in the line, “tossing their heads in sprightly dance” is personification.

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    Figure of speech used in the line, “what wealth the show to me had brought”, is consonance. I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (Daffodils) Summary

    Figure of speech used in the line, “what wealth the show to me had brought”, is consonance.

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    The poet said that he paid a little thought to wealth because he was mesmerized and enchanted by the wonderful sight that met his eyes. The poet was concerned only with the sight that met his eyes which was the host of golden daffodils, beneath the trees and beside the lake. I Wandered Lonely as a CRead more

    The poet said that he paid a little thought to wealth because he was mesmerized and enchanted by the wonderful sight that met his eyes. The poet was concerned only with the sight that met his eyes which was the host of golden daffodils, beneath the trees and beside the lake.

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    The “wealth” referred to here is the company which the daffodils give to the poet and the poet says that he paid little thought to that wealth as he himself was not aware of the impression that the daffodils would leave on his mind. I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (Daffodils) Summary

    The “wealth” referred to here is the company which the daffodils give to the poet and the poet says that he paid little thought to that wealth as he himself was not aware of the impression that the daffodils would leave on his mind.

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    The word “jocund” means happy and cheerful. So the meaning of “jocund company” in the poem is indication of the daffodils which was happy and cheerful and cheered up the poet. I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (Daffodils) Summary

    The word “jocund” means happy and cheerful. So the meaning of “jocund company” in the poem is indication of the daffodils which was happy and cheerful and cheered up the poet.

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