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Can you please tell me if the phrases in brackets are possible? Thank you.

1)Wordsworth imagines himself as (like) a cloud which overflows (better: floats over) valleys and hills.
2)Before (Wordsworth) nature was seen as a philosophical entity. Now it starts to be seen as a real living being.
3)He sees nature in a pantheistic way. 3)In the second stanza the poet’s pantheistic view of nature appears (correction: describes nature according to a pantheistic view, gives a pantheistic view of nature?)
4)He says that the daffodils, while kindly moving their heads, outdo the waves in glee.
5) In the poem is presented a pantheistic view of nature (a pantheistic view of nature is present?) according to which every element of nature is in harmony with the whole universe.

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    1)Wordsworth imagines he is a cloud which floats over valleys and hills.

    2)Before Wordsworth, nature was seen as a philosophical entity. Now it starts to be seen as a real living being. He sees nature in a pantheistic way.

    3)In the second stanza, the poet describes nature according to a pantheistic view.

    4)He says that the daffodils, while kindly moving their heads, outdo the waves in glee.

    5) In the poem, a pantheistic view of nature is present, according to which every element of nature is in harmony with the whole universe.

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