Dorothy and Tintern Abbey
作者: 于 歌 ：上海交通大学，上海;
Abstract: The turn of Dorothy in the coda of Tintern Abbey is regarded as an act of Wordsworth’s need and love of her by the earlier romantic poetry critics, but some recent critics do not agree with this interpretation by criticizing it as “solipsism”. However, this article tries to, through returning to the text, namely objective analysis of the poem, address the place of Dorothy in Tintern Abbey, arguing that the turn of Dorothy is indispensable and reflects the harmony in three dimensions, including harmony of tense, nature/human relationship and writer/readers. At the same time, the poetic harmony echos with the spiritual harmony that William Wordsworth pursues. Not only providing a novel perspective of appreciating the classic Romantic poem, this paper, via a more objective way to prove Dorothy’s irreplaceable presence, is also expected to further solve the arguments around this topic among Romanticism critics. Besides, a glimpse of the unique charm nurtured in the harmonious relationship between nature and men will be obtained by the readers of this article.
文章引用: 于 歌 (2015) 多萝西与《廷腾寺》。 世界文学研究， 3， 114-119. doi: 10.12677/WLS.2015.33018
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