Further explain how that theme is present in "Composed upon Westminster Bridge" and "The World Is Too Much With Us"
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Wordsworth typically focuses on the beauty of nature and the way in which mankind is already abusing nature and turning away from that beauty. "Westminister Bridge" is centered on the beauty of London in the morning;"The World. . ." focuses on the fact that we spend too much time "getting and spending." With his elegant use of literary allusions (specifically to mythology), he reminds us that pagans "suckled in a creed outworn" appreciated the beauty of nature that we are throwing away.