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The Theory of Metre
The Spontaneous Overflow of Powerful Feelings
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achieve appears Appendix argument arises association attempt authenticity Ballads called causes character cited clear Coleridge Commentary common composition concerned connected consider criticism deals described discussion distinction effect elements emotion especially excitement exist experience expression fact feelings figurative follow further give human ideas imagination imitation immediate important instance interest kind knowledge language of prose less lines London look manners matter means merely metre metrical mind moral nature notion objects observation occasion original painful particular passage passion perhaps permanent person phrase pleasure poem poet poet's poetic poetic diction poetry possible powerful Preface Prel present principle probably produced prose Reader reading reason rustic seems selection sense sentiments similar simple situation speak style successful suggests suppose taste textual theory things thought true truth universal utterance verse Wordsworth write written