Nature in the Poetry of William Wordsworth and Kuvempu (A Study)

  • Bharati N Adkoli Former Associate Professor and Head, Department of English, The National College (Autonomous), Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Keywords: Explore, Entirety, Illustration, Respective, Related


In the light of what we owe to Nature , with lot of regards and gratitude, the paper makes an attempt to explore and examine how Nature has been treated, described and presented in all its entirety by two great poets of two different periods of time- One is William Wordsworth, an English poet, a Romantic poet of the Nineteenth century, ever remembered as a poet of nature, and another one is a 20th century Kannada poet, revered with an honour ‘Rashtrakavi’(National Poet) popularly known as Kuvempu, Kuppalli Venkatappa Puttappa. Based on the secondary data collected through books, related review of articles, magazines, Internet and Govt. websites, the paper highlights with illustration how nature is seen and described in the select poems of these respective poets.

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Adkoli, B. (2023). Nature in the Poetry of William Wordsworth and Kuvempu (A Study). Shanlax International Journal of English, 11(4), 8-14.