Wordsworth support "incidents and situation from common life" for his poetry ?
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Unlike many of his contemporaries, Wordsworth believed that first and foremost he was speaking to his fellow man. Thus, his words had to appeal to men and convey an understanding of human nature. This understanding of the elementary explains his preference for using the ordinary.... a general view of the world and nature, one that we can all make a connection to while reading.