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The World is too Much with Us

The World is too Much with Us

  

by William Wordsworth

Analysis: Brain Snacks

Brain Snacks: Tasty Tidbits of Knowledge

Wordsworth was in France during the early part of the French Revolution. (Source)

Wordsworth often used to compose his poetry aloud, while walking outside. (Source)

Wordsworth lost both parents by the time he was thirteen. (Source)