Premium Content The Act of Travel in Wordsworth’s “I travelled among unknown men”
By Lyndsey M. White - October 02, 2009
Wordsworth’s “I travelled among unknown men” appears at first to be a tribute to a woman he loved and a poem of patriotism. It is initially unclear how Lucy and England are similar beyond being things that are ultimately important to him. Through further interpretations, it becomes evident that Wordsworth used specific tools such as personification…
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