In "Lines Composed A Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey", Wordsworth uses imagination to help him and others to live in the physical world peacefully. He recalls playing in Tintern Abbey, a forest nearby there and played in it when he was young. Now he comes back for different reasons. He escapes the world which is individualism and goes to the forest to get away from all the burden. He tells his young sister that she
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Ancient Mariner, traveling from country to country, helping people to keep away from his path of life and to accept everything as a natural path that leads to success in life. Through moral error and physical and mental decay the Mariner completes his literal voyage through the supernatural and his spiritual journey through the physical redemptions of life. His errors cause him radical change, new forms of expression, and a concern for the common people.