William Wordsworth's "The Solitary Reaper"
Not only did Wordsworth do a superior job portraying an experience when he wrote "The Solitary Reaper", but he also invites the readers broaden their own experiences by opening their eyes to parts of life that they might not have noticed, or did notice but could not describe. His poem, describing a unique experience he encountered one day while he was walking by a field, clearly demonstrates the effective use
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I still feel that "The Solitary Reaper", by William Wordsworth was a good overall poem.
In conclusion, Wordsworth did an exemplary job using rhyme, tone, personification, imagery, and setting to demonstrate the significance of his experience. He was overtaken by this insignificant event, and was able to put it into a poem that many people could understand. I am sure that this poem broadened the experiences of other people after they had read his poem.