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December 17 2001 Reading The Tables Turnd The worship of nature is a characteristic of the Romantics that is why it is no surprise that we read the voice in The Tables Turnd telling someone to go out rather than stay inside the house and read books It is a beautiful day for the sun through all the green fields has spread his first sweet evening yellow and hence a perfect occasion for observing nature in its pristine state and all its beauty and splendor The narrator asks the reader why go through all the trouble of reading books as it is but a dull and endless strife when one can see aspects of nature for himherself Sometimes the readers perception about things can be wrong with regard to how heshe imagines a particular bird or plant looks The narrator continues clear your looks why all this toil and trouble Why then insist on staying indoors when nature has a world of ready wealth waiting for us to see hear discover and experience for ourselves and see things as they are One should then take advantage of hisher faculties while heshe still can and in the process one is blessed with spontaneous wisdom breathed by health truth breathed by cheerfulness In doing all of these one gets to enjoy himherself while getting fit because going out of the house entails walking around The poem mentions listening to the birds Books can give numerous pages of description about them and anyone can read these But all these concepts and ideas will remain abstract so that one feels that they are unreal until the time one actually sees them Seeing things of nature through books do not cause the right kind of appreciation that they deserve It is only when these are right before ones eyes that one can actually enjoy the birds song be amazed
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