Day: 27 June 2020

London, 1802 By William Wordsworth Summary 1

London, 1802 By William Wordsworth Summary

William Wordsworth wrote the poem London, 1802 as a call to the late poet John Milton. It is a sonnet which is written to serve two objectives: be a tribute to the genius Milton and express the sad realities of London in Wordsworth’s opinion.

Sonnet and Types of Sonnet 2

Sonnet and Types of Sonnet

‘Sonnet’ is an abbreviation of the Italian sonetto (little song) recited to the sound of a musical instrument. It is a fourteen-line poem written in iambic pentameter. Its origins are unclear. For some, it originated in Provence and for others, it is a development of the Greek epigram.

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