What truths does he find at the heart of the world’s being?
Please describe the character/quality of Nature that William Wordsworth presents in “Tintern Abbey”—how does he perceive the “life of things,” and what truths does he find at the heart of the world’s being? How, specifically, does Wordsworth express to readers the qualities of this Nature (i.e. what language does he employ in the poem to describe the immense/pervasive animating force he sees connecting all life, and how does the form of the poem reaffirm this depiction)? And, importantly, how does the Nature Wordsworth sees differ from the Nature that we were presented with during the Enlightenment?
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