ELEGY ELEGY. Wordsworth wrote that poems are a place where emotions can be recollected in tranquillity and reproduced for the reader to experience. Poems also provide a more intellectual space where what troubles us can be dispassionately thought through — first by the poet, then by the reader. As in great philosophical poems, here there is no false consolation.
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