The Teaching and Appreciation of Literature EPB4044

“I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud” by William Wordsworth

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To him. 6) Hyperbole: “Ten thousand saw I at a glance” (line 11) Hyperbole: “They stretched in never-ending” (line 9) . Literary Devices Simile: Comparison of the speaker’s solitariness to that of a cloud (line 1) Repetition: “I gazed – and gazed” (line 17) Personification: Comparison of the cloud to a lonely human (line 1) Personification: “The waves beside them dance” (line 13) Personification/metaphor: Comparison of daffodils to a crowd of people (line3 – 4) Personification/metaphor: Comparison of daffodils to dancing humans (line4. This poem describe about wonderful scene that was experienced by the poet as he wandered alone in hill beside the lake. the daffodils lays beside the trees are so beautiful that he compare it to trillion of stars that shine in Milky Way.I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud by William Wordsworth Theme Happiness "I wandered lonely as a Cloud" is a poem that will make a reader feels cozy and happy. Appreciation to the nature The poet shows his appreciation to the Mother Nature as he saw daffodils in the very pleasing setting.

(C) Paraphrase In the first stanza the speaker describes a time when he wandered alone over the valleys and hills thus making it “I wandered lonely as a cloud”. Rhyme scheme "I wandered lonely as a Cloud" consists of four stanzas with six lines each." but the tone of the poem quickly becomes joyful. This is because there were so many daffodils stretching out and packed together like a shining stars in the Milky Way. when he spots a group of daffodils. “but they outdid the sparklin g waves in glee”. "fluttering and dancing in the breeze": In the second stanza the speakers describe it more detail about the flower and compares it to Milky Way.Mood of tone The poem may begin on a somewhat sad note when the speaker claims that he "wandered lonely as a cloud. (C) Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. He then could not help but feels cozy with the surroundings and . Finally. for a total of 24 lines. (B) When all at once I saw a crowd. “ continuous as the stars that shine and twinkle on the milky way” In the third stanza the speaker compares the waves in the lake with the waves of the daffodils. Here's the first stanza with the rhyme scheme labeled: I WANDERED lonely as a Cloud (A) That floats on high o'er vales and Hills. beneath the trees. (B) Beside the Lake. of golden Daffodils. he came across a crowd of daffodils stretching out over almost everything he could see. The rhyme scheme for each stanza is ABABCC. (A) A host. He decided that even though that the waves in the lake are sparkling but still cannot match the daffodils which are much pleasant.

. “and then my heart with pleasure fills. In the fourth and final stanza he describes what he gained from the experience where when he was lonely or in pensive mood. he could remember about the memory with the daffodils and drift away with it with pleasure feeling. and dances with the daffodils”. “what wealth the show to me had brought”.wondered what he had gained from the experience .

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