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English | Making a Formal Outline | Outline for Model Research Paper
Making a Formal Outline
Outline for Model Research Paper
William Wordsworth: Contrasting Nature and Industry
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Introduction
A. Hook
1. Visiting the Wye
2. Wordsworth lonely in city
B. Thesis statement: “In his poems, Wordsworth contrasts nature with the negative effects of the
Industrial Revolution.”
II.
Supporting Paragraphs
A. Industrial Revolution
1. Economic changes
2. Inventions
a. Transportation: iron bridge
b. b. Steam engine
c.
c. Textile inventions
B. Romantics
1. Definition
2. Response to Industrial Revolution
C. Wordsworth’s response
1. The Excursion—opposition to industry
2. “Tintern Abbey”—Wordsworth’s “most impassioned” nature poem (Pinion 81)
a. Pollution of the Wye River valley: Ibbetson (long quotation), Gilpin
b. Escape from ugliness into nature
3. “Lines Written in Early Spring”
a. “[W]hat man has made of man”
b. Wordsworth’s almost religious attitude toward nature
III.
Conclusion
A. . Wordsworth on nature’s side
B. B. Unity in life and writing
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Shakespeare’s sonnets
William Shakespeare went down in history as the greatest poet of all time and his poetry has lived
on up to date. Shakespeare presented sonnets that were quite different compared to the other poets
that were during his time. According to scholars, his sonnets are said to have been based on his
personal relationships and thus they dealt with the subject of love, friendship, and marriage.
The sonnet 30 was a repetition of the theme which was evident in the previous sonnet, the sonnet
spoke of how the memories that had been created during the youth years were priceless and could
not be compensated.
“I summon up remembrance of things past,
I sight the lack of many a thing I sought”
When he recalled things from his past he regretted some of the things and was even disappointed
in somethings that he should have done otherwise, but did not or did not do them at all. He realizes
the things that he had thought of had not turned out as he had thought they would.
In this sonnet, he not only regret the things that he was disappointed and did not work out as he
had thought they would he I also disappointed with the loose of his earlier friends.
“For precious friends hid in death’s endless night”
In his sonnet he I also talking about friends who he was affectionate about and he talks about how
the time that he had with this friend of his had already expired.
The narrator also shows that due to loss of friendships or thig that he had already lost and could
not get back he was moaning.
“And moan the expense of many a vanished sight”
He showed that the loose that he had experienced had brought about sorrow to him. He thought
about it over and over again and this shows that he thought of it in a way that was painful to him.
“And heavily From woe to woe tell over”
In the 11th line, he shows that he is grieving over something that is long gone and he goes on to
the next line he shows that he is going to pay in a way that he did not expect. It is also evident that
Shakespeare continuously reviewed his past sorrows.
“The sad account of fore-bemoaned moan,
Which I new pay as if not paid before”
At the end of this sonnet Shakespeare shows that despite the facts that he had a lot of sorrow, the
thought of the beloved friend wiped away all the bad thoughts and brought joy to him. “The couplet
takes away the point of the beginning three quatrains by stating that the mountain of failure could
be easily removed by the thought of the beloved.” David West.
“But if the while I think on thee, dear friend,
All losses are restored and sorrow end.”
In the sonnet 30 it I evident that Shakespeare had good friendships and also loved them dearly
and the subject that he mostly uses are once again evident and we get to see how the loose of his
friends and loved ones brought about a lot of sorrow to him. And if it were possible he could
maybe have done things differently but at the end, he shows that he at least had something that
could wipe away the sorrow that he felt and that was the love that he had for his friends.
In the sonnet 55, Shakespeare is talking of a young man. The poet states that his beloved will be
immortalized and will withstand the forces of decay over time. The poet was assuring his loved
one that he was going to live on forever and will always live in the mind of the readers. Even
though people died he would live on until the end of the world. According to Alison Scott, ‘the
speaker’s poem won’t last much compared to his beloved, even though his beloved is
immortalized in the poem, adhering to a larger theme of giving and possessing that runs through
many of Shakespeare’s sonnets.” However, David Kaula emphasizes the concept of time slightly
differently. He argues that, “the sonnet traces the progression of time, from the physical
endeavours built by man (monuments, statues, masonry), as well as the primeval notion of
warfare depicted through the image of “Mars his sword” and “war’s quick fire”, to the concept of
the Last Judgment. The young man will survive all of these things through the verses of the
speaker”.
According to Fontana, Shakespeare intended personifying and assigning gender to time, making
the difference between the young man sonnets and the dark lady sonnets all the more obvious by
using “sluttish time”. He then goes ahead and states that “The effect of time, personified as a
whore, on the hypothetical stone statue of the young man, is identified in metaphor with the
effect of syphilis on the body—the statue will be besmeared, that is, covered, with metaphoric
blains, lesions, and scars.” (Female) time destroys whereas the male voice of the sonnet is
“generative and vivifying”.
It is not evident whether the young man will continue to live on physically or just in the
memories of the readers. Although there are references to being alive physically with active
phrases like
“you shall shine in these contents”
and
“against death and all oblivious enmity / shall you pace forth”,
and also to living in memory
“the living record of your memory”,
And
“your praise shall…find room…in the eyes of all posterity”
Vendler goes ahead and argues that this question is answered by the couplet when it assigns
“real” living to the day of the Last Judgment:
“So till the judgment that your self-arise / you live in this, and dwell in lovers’ eyes.”
In this sonnet, it is shown that love will exist until the last day even though other things my
perish love will always exist. Apart from that, it shows that even though they may perish people
will always read the love that they had or even relate to the feeling and understand what they
were feeling and this would be forever until the last day they will still live on.
In the sonnet 116, the main subject is love and marriage. Although it stated that the sonnet 116
does not stand on its own so it is restricted. Carol Thomas Neely writes that “Sonnet 116 is part
of a sequence which is separate from all the other sonnets of Shakespeare because of their sense
of detachment. They aren’t about the action of love and the object of that love is removed in this
sequence which consists of Sonnets 94, 116, and 129”.
Helen Vendler observed, “This famous almost ‘impersonal’ sonnet on the marriage of true
minds has usually been read as a definition of true love.” And Carol Neely observes that “Like
[sonnet] 94, it defines and redefines its subject in each quatrain and this subject becomes
increasingly concrete, attractive and vulnerable.”
Shakespeare shows the essence of love and friendship to him. He also shows what it really
means to him and how it should be shown. He shows that true love doesn’t change according to
the circumstance that is outside it. Shakespeare how that small altering factors cannot make love
fade away.
Shakespeare says something that is opposite from what would be normally said about love. For
instance, instead of writing something to the effect of ‘I have written and men have loved’,
according to Nelson, Shakespeare chose to write, “I never writ, nor no man ever loved.” Nelson
argues that “The existence of the poem itself gives good evidence that the poet has written. It is
harder to see, however, how the mere existence of the poem could show that men have loved. In
part, whether men have loved depends upon just what love is…Since the poem is concerned with
the nature of love, there is a sense in which what the poem says about love, if true, in part
determines whether or not men have loved.” Nelson quotes Ingram and Redpath who are in
agreement with his statement when they paraphrase the couplet in an extended form: “If this is a
judgment (or a heresy), and this can be proved against me, and by citing my own case in evidence,
then I’ve never written anything, and no man’s love has ever been real love.””
With these sonnets, we get to see another side of love, friendship, and marriage. It enables us to
understand the point of view that Shakespeare had when it comes to this subjects and it also gives
us a hint of what he went through because all his poetic work is based on his life experiences. So
as you read this do you think that his take on love, friendship, and marriage still apply in the world
today since the thing has changed from years back to today?
Work cited.
Cliffsnotes (2017); Retrieved from https://www.cliffsnotes.com/literature/s/shakespearessonnets/summary-and-analysis/sonnet-116
Gradesaver (2017); Retrieved from http://www.gradesaver.com/shakespeares-sonnets/studyguide/summary-sonnet-55-not-marble-nor-the-gilded-monuments
e-notes (2017); Retrieved from https://www.enotes.com/homework-help/why-ideas-lovefriendship-marriage-subject-many-563724
Wikipedia (2017); Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonnet_116

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