Show how Tintern Abbey traces Wordsworth spiritual growth as a poet.

Show how Tintern Abbey traces Wordsworth spiritual growth as a poet.

Show how Tintern Abbey traces Wordsworth spiritual growth as a poet.

Show how Tintern Abbey traces Wordsworth spiritual growth as a poet.

In the poem ‘Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey’ by William Wordsworth, we see a poet whose whole life has been imbued with the natural world and landscape. Born on the murmuring banks of one of the most beautiful rivers in the Lake District England, the poet is still close to his theme of the glory of Nature, as he now sits above Tintern Abbey. Yet he has grown as a poet and developed his style and love of Nature more deeply. Now nearer the end of his life, he still writes about it, but connects it to deeper themes of duty, memory,prayer and the comforting power of the landscape. Yet now he can contemplate the existence of Nature going on long after he does – and still giving comfort to the people he loves.
Show how Tintern Abbey traces Wordsworth spiritual growth as a poet.