famous romantic paintings. Johnston, Wordsworth and The Recluse, in Gill,., The Cambridge Companion to Wordsworth,. It can thus be argued that if man is a product of nature, then his inventions are also nature essentially a man-made nature and should therefore be equally as sublime as his art. D, The Romantic Period, Ninth Edition (New York:.
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19 Percy Shelley, To a Sky-lark, Greenblatt,., The Norton Anthology of English Literature: Vol. Inspired by the works of romantic authors and poets such as Wordsworth, Keats and Shelly, they hopped on the newly developed railways and travelled to the Lake District. Man: His Solitariness Robert Frost has written on almost every subject, but alienation and isolation, both emotional and physical, are the major themes of his poetry. 3 Edmund Burke, Part I, Section VII Of the sublime, in On the Sublime and Beautiful, ml (accessed 30th March 2014). This thus epitomises Shelleys belief that Poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the World 27, for the poets gift of interpretation and imagination has developed throughout a succession of artistic movements that have shaped our constantly evolving society. D, The Romantic Period, Ninth Edition,. David Pepper, Modern Environmentalism: An Introduction, (Routledge, 1996. This further connects with the poems theme of regeneration, as well as a religious sense of the sublime rather than Burkes more secular notion of natures effect on the body. This links back to the presence of divinity within the poems, to further suggest that what man himself creates can also be regarded as divine nature, supporting Friedrich Schlegels assertion that Every good human being is always progressively becoming God 15, for God is everything.