How have these two authors expressed their relationships with nature? after reading and analyzing "the calypso borealis," an essay by john muir, and william wordsworth's poem "i wandered lonely as a cloud," write an essay in which you describe how each author expresses his relationship with nature. support your discussion with evidence from the text. write your basic thesis statement in the space below.
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Hook: "It seems wonderful that so frail and lovely a plant has such power over human hearts" says John Muir in "Calypso Borealis".
A. Bridge: Muir's essay is an example of naturalism, which is used to describe a flower in accurate detail to emphasize natures beauty. Wordsworth's poem relies on nature to evoke emotion in a romantic style to describe his encounter with a field of flowers. Both John Muir and William Wordsworth engage with nature in their essay and poem, respectively, in "Calypso Borealis" and"I wandered lonely as a cloud".
B. Thesis: William Wordsworth and John Muir used imagery and diction to show how nature takes them to a new world, leaving a positive impact on their happiness.
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