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  • Someone brought out a hip-hop version of Wordsworth's "Daffodils" a few years ago, which had some comedy value but was all rather embarrassing ...

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  • Well, I don't think Wordsworth is a terrible poet - try "Tintern Abbey," Sam - and I don't think "Daffodils" is a terrible poem though it's far from being a great one.

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  • Since I have a small pint glass of daffodils on my desk right now, I'm going to reproduce her poem from this collection called 'Daffodils', which I think will give you a sense of these sensual, and unsettling, poems:

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  • Since I have a small pint glass of daffodils on my desk right now, I'm going to reproduce her poem from this collection called 'Daffodils', which I think will give you a sense of these sensual, and unsettling, poems:

    Caitríona O'Reilly, The Nowhere Birds (Bloodaxe, 2001)

  • For example, with another adjudicator I once listened to some eighteen girls recite Wordsworth's "Daffodils" in a contest.

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  • "Daffodils," which they parallel in delicacy of perception, intensity of vision, and perfection of accomplishment.

    Edward MacDowell

  • What is this but an anticipation of Wordsworth's "Daffodils," or even of his "Ode on Immortality"?

    Nature Mysticism

  • "Daffodils," his "Cuckoo," his "Skylark," and scores of others, live because they have the freshness and spontaneity of birds and flowers themselves.

    The Last Harvest

  • "Daffodils" which celebrates the Romantic poet's appreciation of Spring's beauty with inspiration and depth of feeling.

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  • "Daffodils" which celebrates the Romantic poet's appreciation of Spring's beauty with inspiration and depth of feeling.

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