Riassunto sul confronto tra i due poeti romantici inglesi Wordsworth e Coleridge: i temi principali della loro poesia (1 pagine formato doc)
WORDSWORTH E COLERIDGE A CONFRONTOColeridge divides it into primary and secondary, and it is the capacity of perceive the world around us (common to all people) and then the capacity of order those memories and enrich them with supernatural. Nature.
CONFRONTO COLERIDGE E WORDSWORTH INGLESE
Wordsworth feels nature as full of life, as it would be a part of us, in order to a Pantheistic vision; nature is opposed to town, it is a source of feelings and it is pervaded by an active force.
NATURA PER COLERIDGE
Coleridge, instead, sees the nature as the One Life (a divine power), and all his description of landscapes or natural elements, are endowed with a deeper symbolic meaning. Poetry: 1. Wordsworth says the poetry is a spontaneous expression of feelings; it is “emotion recollected in tranquillity”. The poet takes inspiration from rustic life, and then, he combines the memory of those emotions, with the use of imagination. 2. Coleridge believes that poetry is a product of unconscious and it creates a kind of ecstasy, reproduced with the use of memory and the adding of supernatural elements.