Literary Criticism and Theory

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Wordsworth's theory of poetic diction

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Literary Criticism and Theory

  1. 1. Wordsworth’s second edition of the “LyricalBallads” – 1800“The Literary criticism of William Wordsworth isusually considered the manifesto of the Englishromantic movement, the signal for the break withthe age of the neo-classicism”.
  2. 2. TheoryA New Theory A new Theory A new Theory of man of Nature of Poetry
  3. 3. -General poetic diction is choice of words.-”Diction” “Poetic diction” Were current in theAugustan age of English Literature.
  4. 4. The Poem SubjectStyle matter
  5. 5. “There neither is, nor can be, any difference between the language of prose and metrical composition.”
  6. 6. -The language of poetry “really used by men” -The language of men -Prose and poetry
  7. 7. Conclusion

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