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France, Annette, and Descriptive Poetry 41 It would be misleading to compare the landscape views by and large with pictures, for all is in process of change, from the approach of sunset to there-illumination of scenes by moonlight. The poet, moreover, selects from various points, near and far. The setting sun broadens and spreads tides of gold which touch the purple steep and casts its shadow on the 'pictur' d' lake. ) In the distance, yellow beams light up branches at various points in a level wood.
His uncle Richard (who had given him considerable financial assistance at Cambridge) sent him £60, and this sum determined the length of his metropolitan term. He was 'Frugal as there was need, and, though self-willed, From dangerous passions free'. The record of his 1791 sojourn (Pr. vii) presents the motley and charivari of busy streets, menageries, picture displays, exhibitions, and a variety of stage-shows at Sadler's Wells. The theatre had attracted him from boyhood; he attended numerous plays but, outside Shakespeare, little passed beyond 'the suburbs' of his mind or stirred his imagination deeply.
520-5). Repetitions of imagery and expression from An Evening Walk occur incidentally; and two phrases, 'Thy torrents shooting from the clear- blue sky' and 'Black drizzling crags' were transferred in 1799 to the description of the Gondo gorge. As in An Evening Walk, human tragedy is not overlooked. The chamois-hunter and the Grison gipsy are representative figures, and the grim tragedy of each reaches a horrible climax which adds to the prevailing sombreness of the poem. Wordsworth's imagination is psychological, externalizing the woman's fear as she wearily France, Annette, and Descriptive Poetry 45 walks with her baby.
A Wordsworth Companion: Survey and Assessment by F. B. Pinion