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In schools education is based on what grades people get While striving for that A most people forget about the thing that brought them into the world Nature Mother Nature brought everything in the world where it is today William Wordsworth went further in this description when he wrote The Tables Turned In the poem The Tables Turned the poem presents the opposing point of view of Wordsworth and his friend While Wordsworth feels that nature leads all his friend does not agree and thinks studying is more important Wordsworths ideas have a great meaning to me His ideas of nature being better than knowledge are very similar to that of my own beliefs in that studying from books may lead to failure Nature has much to offer anyone and that Natures rules have a more important meaning than that of Science and Art Wordsworth starts the poem out by trying to convince his friend to stop studying and have fun In essence Wordsworth tries to teach a lesson on how overblown the significance of books are In todays society books and education are the stress of everyone particularly politicians The education one receives in college can determine their whole life While an interviewer chooses two applicants from different sources of education the interviewer would most likely choose the one that received the better education at the better school For example a friend of mine was going for a computer lab assistant and he received his education at Davis There was another person going for the job just as or even more qualified than my friend But because this other fellow went to American River he did not get the job This just proves how anal people can be when they look at education qualifications Wordsworth captures his love of nature in this poem by making the concept of knowledge and of learning a less worthy thing than that of nature He is
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