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I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud TPCASTT (R)

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Transcript of I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud TPCASTT (R)

I Wandered
Lonely as a Cloud
William Wordsworth
by:
TPCASTT (R) by:
Erin Noon & Nadine Tbaili
Title
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
-The speaker has nowhere to go
-The speaker is also lonely
Paraphrase
Stanza 1: Speaker comes across flowers in a field
Stanza 2: The flowers are all over the field

Paraphrase (cont.)
Stanza 3: Watching the flowers makes the speaker happy
Stanza 4: Speaker thinks of the flowers when he is sad.
Connotation
Stanza 1:
Line 1: simile
Line 6: personification
Stanza 2:
Line 1: simile
Line 2: visual imagery
Line 3: hyperbole
Line 6: personification


Background Information
William Wordsworth is an English poet born in 1770. He was inspired to write this poem by his sister's diary, describing a walk they took.
Title
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
-The speaker has nowhere to go
-The speaker is also lonely
Paraphrase
Stanza 1: Speaker comes across flowers in a field
Stanza 2: The flowers are all over the field
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
by:
William Wordsworth
TPCASTT (R)
by:
Erin Noon & Nadine Tbaili
Connotation (cont.)
Stanza 3:

Line 1: personification
Stanza 4:
Line 6: personification
Attitude
The speaker seems to be in awe, joyful, or even amazed by the flowers.
Shifts
Stanza 1:

Line 1 - line 3: Shift in tone
Title
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
- The speaker wandered until he found the flowers.
-The speaker would think of the flowers whenever he was lonely.
Theme
The theme of this poem is to appreciate the beauty of nature.
Rhyme Scheme
This poem follows a sextilla rhyme scheme of a b a b c c.
The poems rhyme scheme makes the poem flow better.
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