What is a complaint by William Wordsworth about?
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Likewise, people ask, what is a complaint poem about?
A Complaint speaks about a grave change that the poet has undergone in his life – someone in his life, a friend, a lover – has gone away from him, or has changed his ideals, and remains no longer the person that the poem knows, the person that the poet cared for and loved; he has become, instead, a stranger that he
Also Know, what is not the complaint of the poet? The poet does not complain about the landscape which has been spoilt because of the artless painting done on the building. The poet's real worry is the unexpressed sorrow of the people who have put up the roadside stand.
Beside above, when was a complaint by William Wordsworth written?
Who did William Wordsworth primarily write for?
William Wordsworth, (born April 7, 1770, Cockermouth, Cumberland, England—died April 23, 1850, Rydal Mount, Westmorland), English poet whose Lyrical Ballads (1798), written with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, helped launch the English Romantic movement.