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Wordsworth Graphic Organizer A
What does Wordsworth accomplish in the stanza?
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Stanza 1
Wordsworth describes the way his mood shifts from lonely to hopeful in the company of the daffodils.
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Quotations:
Select phrases Wordsworth uses to describe nature in the stanza.

He describes floating like a lonely cloud.Then, he sees and is uplifted by the "golden daffodils," "fluttering and dancing in the breeze."
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What does Wordsworth accomplish in the stanza?

Stanza 4: He describes how when he lays down on his couch and he starts feeling lonely and sad he just thinks about the day he saw those daffodils and it makes his heart fill with bliss.
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Quotations:

He describes his mood as vacant and pensive.
he also describes how he feels when he thinks of the flowers; "And then my heart with pleasure fills,
And dances with the daffodils"
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How do his words show his relationship with nature?

In this stanza Wordsworth describes how his meeting with these flowers changes his mood and it makes him feel happy.



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How do his words show his relationship with nature?

This stanza shows that Wordsworth appreciates the beauty in nature because he details the beautiful daffodils that helped bring him out of his somber mood.
What does Wordsworth accomplish in the stanza?

stanza 2: Wordsworth accomplish to use his imagination and see as if the daffodils were like millions of stars in the milky way and that they stretched out forever swaying back and forth which looked like they were dancing.
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Quotations:
Select phrases Wordsworth uses to describe nature in the stanza.

Wordsworth uses the stars as comparison to the thousands of daffodils he saw and as well says how they look like, " Ten thousand saw I at a glance,
Tossing their heads in a sprightly dance."
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How do his words show his relationship with nature?

in this stanza Wordsworth describes how he see's nature and how he can truly appreciate it's beauty by comparing it to another magnificent sight.
What does Wordsworth accomplish in the stanza?

stanza 3: Wordsworth starts to say how the daffodils brings him joy and that he can't not be sad at a sight like this and that it didn't come from having money it came from nature.
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Quotations:
He describes how the daffodils stood out from all other things occurring around him.
as well as how happy he was; "A poet could not but be gay,
In such a jocund company"
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How do his words show his relationship with nature?

In this stanza Wordsworth describes how he feels about being around the flowers and how he just focus on them and nothing around him.
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