Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey and The Eolian Harp
The poems “Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey” and “The Eolian Harp” have a firmly build formation. To begin with, the matter of “Tintern Abbey” is a memory, from a childhood of nature and beauty. The poem uses “Tintern Abbey” to present Wordsworth’s first statement of the main topic that memories of pure exchange with nature’s relationship usually works on the mind even in adulthood.
“Tintern Abbey” is a presentation, imagination spoke within someone’s mind with the mention of a particular object of the place being imagined, while at times addressing the spirit of nature (Reidhead and Johnson). The representation used by the poet is direct and simple as compared to “The Eolian Harp.” Wordsworth uses a different iambic rhythm which makes the poem remarkable. The poem also contains a mixture of a tension of feeling. however, the real form of the Abby is not able to be seen in the poem.
On the other hand “The Eolian Harp” investigates philosophical ideas by picturing images of nature. The poem uses an excited expression to display different ideas while providing a way that could be restored. The characteristics of nature and the spiritual element are similar in both poems. The only difference is that the excited demonstration in “The Eolian Harp” is used to seek understanding of the universe as well as its environment. Within the poem, a discussion does appear between the religious and philosophical matters. There is a conflict of the philosophical thoughts win the exciting demonstration and religion which experiments a spiritual conflict, between nature and god as figures.
The difference in narrative method between “Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey” and “The Eolian Harp” is clear. The main system in the structure of “Tintern Abbey” is the use of monologue while the “The Eolian Harp” makes use of a lyrical or excitation. The similarity between the two poems is the use of discussion to develop the matters of nature and religion. Some other method such as imagery which pictures spirituality with darkness.