Inne Diction In William Wordsworth's I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud

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William Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as A Cloud” is a short lonely poem, which expresses that he has learned how to keep himself company by viewing nature as “human” by stuffs. Also, William’s sensitive and intelligent nature puts him far away from whole world, and nobody can help him, whom feels a noble loneliness. He lived in a rural area and preferred to take long walks by himself, which was not exactly the nice situation for loneliness. Suddenly, he saw images that daffodils were still around him, and vivace danced inspired his prospect for the future. William not only voices his feeling, but also displays many excellent skills to audiences for writing a poetry. Thus, this is a fantastic poem to review for readers. As reviewing a poetry, there are some criteria to determine whether the poetry is favorable or unfavorable such as diction, imagery, symbolism and characterization. These criteria are conducive to understand the …show more content…
It has a particularly crucial place in a poetry, as the meaning, sound, and number of syllables in each word is often to express poet’s feeling vividly. The gorgeous and appropriate words using creates an wonderful overall effect, which is significant norm for a fantastic poem. William has many ingenious words in his “I Wandered Lonely as A Cloud” such as the ‘wander’ not only presents that he is hoping to meet a surprise scenery with the lonely and solitary feeling in this trip, but also tell audiences that there will have the beauty of the vision of the daffodils. Besides, look at this sentence “I ‘gazed’--and ‘gazed’ -- but little thought”, the definition of ‘gaze’ looking steadily and intently, as with great pleasure or wonder, but William actually is in the daze and recollect the peaceful emotion in this peaceful situation with following word ‘little thought’. By this diction criterion, this poetry is worth to repeatedly and pleasure enjoy

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