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Using specific references from "In Memoriam" Lyric 56 and from "Tintern Abbey," contrast Tennyson's view of the relationship between man and nature with that of Wordsworth's, demonstrating a comprehensive understanding of the significant ideas. You will give this report orally.

Analyze the use of imagery, language, universal themes and unique aspects of the text.

Support your viewpoints through accurate and detailed references.

Contrast the authors' use of stylistic devices, ambiguities, nuances, and complexities within the text.



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