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William Wordsworth suffered from anosmia, or lack of smell.
The few references to smell in his poetry are completely imaginary. More »
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5 days ago ... The intentions were good: I really had meant to write about a poem ... This sense of interweaving becomes clearer in the following lines; .... I re-read that, but I must admit I couldn't see the connection with Wordsworth's poem.
In 1802, Wordsworth wrote many poems that dealt with his youth. ..... Coleridge feels is absurd in Wordsworth since a poet couldn't know how to make sense of a  ... View article on Wikipedia »
William was sent away (I think maybe his father couldn't handle him very well) to a ... He also started writing more prose, at least partly because Coleridge had ... on bodily labour" as the best practical index to the general sense of mankind.
Wordsworth didn't want to write following the standards of 18th century poetry. ... that the nature influences his emotions and sensations, than man couldn't exists ...
4 Apr 2014 ... Posts about Wordsworth written by Daniel Wallace. ... Keats could begin a Miltonian epic, but he couldn't finish one—he tried ... if we are to get the sense that the writer is communicating his experience with perfect fullness.
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