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The way Technology has changed Man Hopkins and Wordsworth Where do you want to go today We all know this slogan of the most advanced software company in the world Microsoft The question we will soon have to answer is were we cant go today William Wordsworth a quaint man from the late 18th century and early 19th century understood the need for change in this world and expressed a pre-mature concern for the future that still applies to this very day in The world is too much with us Gerald Hopkins a poet from the later 19th century expressed many of same ideas and philosophies as Wordsworth in Gods Grandeur Their main points were that mans continuous journey towards the future has led us to forget our roots Though how could two poets from two different lifestyles Wordsworth the revolutionary and Hopkins the Jesuit come up with the same basic ideas They both showed that our continuous journey towards the future has led us to forget our roots as shown by our destruction of nature by the way the Industrial Revolution has torn us away from our harmony with nature and by the ways we can return back to mother earth Man continues to destroy nature in an attempt to strengthen himself Wordsworth and Hopkins talk about mans primal instinct to destroy what is around him Ironically our destruction of nature leads to the advancements in our personal technologies This is made evident when Wordsworth says getting and spending we lay waste our powers While it is obvious is that Wordsworth thinks we have become to attached to material goods what does he mean by lay waste our powers Perhaps the only explanation we can give is that Wordsworth believes that Man has somewhere deep down in him the ability to be a creator an architect who can use nature and not abuse it He also believes that Man keeps destroying
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