Friendship in Wordsworth's Tintern Abbey

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Title: Friendship in Wordsworth's Tintern Abbey
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Subject: Poetry & Poets
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Date: July 1, 2009
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As Robert Chinchilla has noted: “In his utter refusal of the humdrum homilies and destitute ‘dailyness’ of conventional existence, Wordsworth has traded hearth and home for the harshness of a hobo haunt” (133). Tintern Abbey was a ruin frequented by the homeless...
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Tintern Abbey was a ruin frequented by the homeless. It was in many ways the equivalent of a seventeenth century bus station. A poet now might write “Lines Written a Few Miles Above Port Authority.” It is a place of the friendless. The Hermit Wordsworth sits without a friend...
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