Review of Blake
- Innocence and experience are what kind of states?
- Pre-existence à
Innocence à experience
à __________________________ (two
- This schema is an example of the ___________________ of
- What does Blake say about nature?
- What does Blake say about imagination?
- For Blake, which one of the senses has the potential to
Wordsworth's "Preface to Lyrical Ballads"
- What is the difference between Blake’s attitude toward
nature and WW’s attitude toward nature?
- WW’s threefold understanding of nature:
- What are the main points in WW’s theory of poetry?
- Goal and purpose:
- Subject of poetry:
- Language of poetry:
D. What is a poet?
Method of composition:
Wordsworth's "Tintern Abbey"
- What connections are there between WW’s “Preface” and
- What is the main subject of the poem?
- What is the situation the poet describes in lines 1-22?
What impression do these lines create?
- Lines 23-49: What has WW gained from his experience
with nature in lines?
- Lines 49-57 compare to “The World Is Too Much With Us”
- What temporal divisions are present in lines 58-111?
- Why is Dorothy, the poet’s sister, in the poem? In
other words, what does WW want her to do for herself and for him?