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  1. The main themes of this poem are nature and the state of humanity. Whereas nature is joyous and beautiful and harmonious, humanity has descended into disorder and ugliness because it has distanced itself from nature. The poet is sad that humans are no longer a part of nature’s splendor because theyRead more

    The main themes of this poem are nature and the state of humanity. Whereas nature is joyous and beautiful and harmonious, humanity has descended into disorder and ugliness because it has distanced itself from nature. The poet is sad that humans are no longer a part of nature’s splendor because they do not respect nature. The poet’s lament calls for humans to reconnect with the natural world.

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  1. The poet heard "a thousand blended notes" when he was sitting and relaxing in a grove in the early spring. Lines Written in Early Spring Stanza Wise Summary

    The poet heard “a thousand blended notes” when he was sitting and relaxing in a grove in the early spring.

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  1. "blended notes" refer to the musical notes that have passed through the air and mixed with one another to form a melodious and sweet tune. No the poet was not happy as he had sad thoughts in his mind. Lines Written in Early Spring Stanza Wise Summary

    “blended notes” refer to the musical notes that have passed through the air and mixed with one another to form a melodious and sweet tune. No the poet was not happy as he had sad thoughts in his mind.

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  1. Personification is a poetic device in which an idea or thing is given human attributes and/or feelings or is spoken of as if it were human. e.g.  “every flower/ Enjoys the air it breathes”, “budding twigs spread out their fan/To catch the breezy air”, “Nature’s holy plan”, “To her fair works did NatRead more

    Personification is a poetic device in which an idea or thing is given human attributes and/or feelings or is spoken of as if it were human.

    e.g.  “every flower/ Enjoys the air it breathes”, “budding twigs spread out their fan/To catch the breezy air”, “Nature’s holy plan”, “To her fair works did Nature link”

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  1. Alliteration is the occurrence of the same sound at the beginning of closely connected words. e.g.- “What Man has made of Man”, “Their thoughts”. Lines Written in Early Spring Stanza Wise Summary

    Alliteration is the occurrence of the same sound at the beginning of closely connected words. e.g.- “What Man has made of Man”, “Their thoughts”.

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  1. William Wordsworth is the poet of the poem Lines Written in Early Spring. Lines Written in Early Spring Stanza Wise Summary

    William Wordsworth is the poet of the poem Lines Written in Early Spring.

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  1. The rhyme scheme of each stanza of poem Lines Written in Early Spring is abab. Lines Written in Early Spring Stanza Wise Summary

    The rhyme scheme of each stanza of poem Lines Written in Early Spring is abab.

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  1. The poem mainly talks about nature and the state of humanity. Whereas nature is joyous and beautiful and harmonious, humanity has descended into disorder and ugliness because it has distanced itself from nature. The poet is sad that humans are no longer a part of nature’s splendor because they do noRead more

    The poem mainly talks about nature and the state of humanity. Whereas nature is joyous and beautiful and harmonious, humanity has descended into disorder and ugliness because it has distanced itself from nature. The poet is sad that humans are no longer a part of nature’s splendor because they do not respect nature. The poet’s lament calls for humans to reconnect with the natural world.

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  1. The poet says “every flower enjoys the air it breathes,” the joy felt by the jolly birds and the “budding twigs” that want “to catch the breezy air.” In other words, the poet gives human emotions to the birds and plants. Hence its an example of metaphor. Lines Written in Early Spring Stanza Wise SumRead more

    The poet says “every flower enjoys the air it breathes,” the joy felt by the jolly birds and the “budding twigs” that want “to catch the breezy air.” In other words, the poet gives human emotions to the birds and plants. Hence its an example of metaphor.

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