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Can you please help me check these sentences? Thank you very much.


1.The poet sees (is “views” possible?) nature as something alive with motion.
2.He sees nature like a real living being. It is a pantheistic view of nature, according to which, nature like the rest of the universe was (is/was believed to be) moved by a Mighty spirit, an immanent God whose presence is (was??) manifested in stones and trees alike.
3.The flowers are personified because there are described as fluttering and dancing in the breeze. They are also tossing their heads in sprightly dance. They are presented as a crowd, whose great number amazes the poet and brings him delight.
4.The nature presented in the poem is typically romantic (or is typical of romanticism). Nature is alive as if moved by an immanent spirit.
5.Thanks to his memory (through his memory?) the poet reminds (correction: remembers, recollects) his walk and what he felt during it

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    1.The poet views nature as something alive with motion.

    2.He sees nature as a living being. It is a pantheistic view of nature, according to which nature, like the rest of the universe, is believed to be moved by a Mighty spirit, an immanent God whose presence is manifested in stones and trees alike. <~~Double-check to make sure "immanent" is the correct word here. http://www.answers.com/topic/immanence

    3.The flowers are personified because they are described as fluttering and dancing in the breeze. They are also described as tossing their heads in sprightly dance. They are presented as a crowd, whose great number amazes the poet and brings him delight.

    4. Nature, as presented in the poem, is s typical of romanticism. Nature is alive as if moved by an immanent spirit. <~~Again double-check to make sure "immanent" is the correct word here. http://www.answers.com/topic/immanence

    5. The poet remembers his walk and what he felt. (There was lots of redundancy in your original sentence!!)

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