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William Wordsworth is a well-known man for his writings that he contributed to the Romantic period His passionate feelings of nature and strong feelings of materialism are what defines Wordsworths poetry In two sonnets that he wrote London 1802 and Composed upon Westminster Bridge he makes sure to create a message that points out these romanticism ideas London 1802 is an apostrophe to John Milton Wordsworth describes his feelings towards him based on the powerful yet exciting emotions that he gets from reading his works Wordsworth other point was how the people that lived their lives not recognizing nature and that they needed to be enlightened by Miltons creative pieces In Composed upon Westminster Bridge Wordsworth describes the sunset over a city The city before everyone has come along to ruin the silence and how houses have filled the air with soot He tries to paint and image of how beautiful nature can be if we just opened our eyes to the spec tacular moments that it has to offer William Wordsworth wrote London 1802 in order to get people to realize what they were missing out on When reading we are inspired to read the pieces that Milton had written before him After out understanding of Milton we realize that Miltons ideas are comparable to Wordsworths Wordsworth is almost crying out to Milton to enlighten the people that surround him in his day Since Milton was able to write to and get many different individuals to think about what was really going on Milton sort of pointed out the obvious but made sense of it all through observation of certain things He is the writer to give us manners virtue freedom and power To change those selfish men who were to wrapped within themselves to give much notice to anything else Basically Wordsworth wanted Milton to come into his present time and teach to those that do not see and understand
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