Tintern Abbey

 

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  1. "Tintern Abbey" is the young Wordsworth first great statement of his principle {great} theme that the memory of pure communion with nature in childhood works upon the mind even in adulthood, when access to that pure Communion has been lost and that the maturity of mind present in adulthood offers compensation for....

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