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Wordsworth expands on this by explaining that the passion that is felt by the reader should be of natural descent because they are "the general passions and thoughts and feelings of men" and that "we not only wish to be pleased, but to be pleased in that particular way in which we have been accustomed to be pleased" (Preface 249-51)...
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The pleasures that Wordsworth was referring to man being "accustomed to" are those experiences that are derived from nature. Nature in this sense may be the emotion of an experience with living nature, such as a majestic observance of a mountain, or it may be in the sense of human nature, such as the natural presence of a mother's love...
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