A Study of the Comparative Elements of Nature and Beauty in the Poetry of William Wordsworth and Abdullah Goran

Authors

  • Barzan Hadi Hama Karim Department of English Language, College of Basic Education, University of Halabja, Iraq

Keywords:

Nature, Beauty, Romantic Poetry, Goran, Wordsworth

Abstract

The topic of the ?omparative Elements in the ppoetry of William Wordsworth and Abdullah Goran has not attracted the attention of researchers and educators in Iraqi Kurdistan. The similarities and differences between these two key romantic poets have remained unexplored. Wordsworth and Goran occupy a significant position in literature because of their contribution they could make into English and Kurdish poetry. Wordsworth and Goran seem to have many similarities in form and structure of the poems they wrote. Both poets manifested their aesthetic value for the beauty and tranquillity of nature. One of their great similarities is escapism and, through imagination, they seek for a better world where human beings may avoid the dark and melancholies of life. Although Wordsworth and Goran lived in two different times with two different cultures, but they still shared similar thoughts in their work. In this paper we try to analyze what things separated William Wordsworth and Abdullah Goran from other Romantics which caused them to be of great interest to their modernist audience from both English and Kurdish. Thus, the purpose of this paper is to make a detailed and comprehensive comparison between the poetry of these poets.

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Published

2021-01-09

How to Cite

Barzan Hadi Hama Karim. (2021). A Study of the Comparative Elements of Nature and Beauty in the Poetry of William Wordsworth and Abdullah Goran. Technium Social Sciences Journal, 15(1), 47–54. Retrieved from https://techniumscience.com/index.php/socialsciences/article/view/558