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I forgot to include the following sentences. I really hope you can have a look at them too.
1) The main features of Wordsworth's poetry are as follows. As for the subject, poetry should deal with everyday situations and with people living in the countryside.
2)On the other hand, the language should be as far as possible from poetic diction and as near as possible to the language used by men.
3)With regard to imagination, this enables the poet to color the world around him and see things the ordinary man is blind to.
4) Great importance is given to memory, to recollect past experiences in tranquillity.
5)Finally, the poet starts to be seen as a moral teacher who teaches the other men how to understand themselves.
6) Your paragraph should be introduced by an introductory sentence which explains briefly what you are going to investigate and should be followed by a conclusion.
7) The presence of grotesque elements is shown (is obvious) in the description of the monster and his horrible traits(?).
8)The presence of fear represents (reflects) the disillusion with (towards?) the use of reason and the Enlightenment Age though it is not evident until the monster kills William.

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    1) The main features of Wordsworth's poetry are as follows.<~~There needs to be a colon after "follows" and then a series (of phrases or of clauses) listing those main features. As for the subject<~~The subject of what? , poetry should<~~"should"? or "deals"? deal with everyday situations and with people living in the countryside.

    2)On the other hand, the language should be<~~I don't understand the use of "should be" if you are describing what the main features of Wordworth's poetry were. as far as possible from poetic diction and as near as possible to the language used by everyday people .

    3) Imagination enables the poet to color the world around him and see things the ordinary man is blind to.

    4) Great importance is given to memory, to recollect past experiences in tranquillity. OK

    5)Finally, the poet starts to be seen as someone who teaches the<~~Delete "the". other men how to understand themselves.

    6) Your paragraph should be introduced by an introductory sentence which explains briefly what you are going to investigate and should be followed by a conclusion. OK

    7) The presence of grotesque elements is obvious in the description of the monster and his horrible characteristics .

    8)The presence of fear represents the author's disillusion with the use of reason and the Enlightenment Age<~~add comma though it is not evident until the monster kills William.

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