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2015-08-13T20:14:06+05:30
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The first stanza uses many imperative sentences. For example, the beginning sentence “Behold her, single in the field!” strengthens the visual impact, and put the heroine of the poem into a profound highland field, which foils the loneliness of the reaper.  Wordsworth’s poetry, when he is at his best, is inevitable, as inevitable as Nature herself. It might seem that Nature not only gave him the matter for his poem, but wrote his poem for him (Gill, 2003) . Nature is an important element of his poem, and the ordinary people are where his attention lies. Thus, his works are mainly about the ordinary people, namely beggars, children, or maidens, nature, rural or secluded places which are far away from city centers.

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AND PARAV YOU DIDN'T SPECIFIED THE POEM
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