Q. 13.8( 4 Votes )
Compare the organisation of this sonnet with that of the sonnet by William Shakespeare.
William Shakespeare and William Wordsworth are two very famous poets. Their most of the sonnets and poems are centric to nature. They both show great importance to nature in their work. William Shakespeare used nature as a toll to express his thoughts and thinking he connect with hos readers using nature as the most vital point. He uses nature in a very artistic ways and tries to explore the relation between man and nature. When we compare William Wordsworth to the latter he also used nature to the best. His emphasis on the love he has for nature and tries to create the whole poem focusing only on nature.
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