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Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab Add to Watchlist. Opens image gallery Image not available Photos not available for this variation. What a miserable night I passed! The crucial moment when every trace of humanity is vanished from the creature is marked by his encounter with William, the little boy, which represents the innocence of childhood. He thinks that he will be able to educate him as his friend so he will not be alone.
Ugly wretch! The creature realises that he will not be able to inspire love, so the only option left is to inspire fear as a monster: I will reveal my injuries; if I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear, and chiefly towards you my arch-enemy, because my creator, do I swear inextinguishable hatred.
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Have a care; I will work at your destruction, nor finish until I desolate your heart, so that you shall curse the hour of your birth. The role of Nature as a guardian of souls that Wordsworth described is not seen in this novel, maybe due to the fact that this creature was born from the violations of natural laws. Yet still, the creature is able to find relief in the sublime aspects of Nature. There is a clear evolution in his approach to Nature that goes from the beauty to the sublime, the first one unable to give an answer to his existence, the second one offering a refuge for his disastrous condition.
The complex aspects of the natural world fascinated these writers, who tried to depict them in their works. The powers of Nature offered an unpredictable yet beautiful chaos which inspired new forms of description in literature and also provided them with many resources to create stories and convey feelings in a way that had not been done before. However, as it has been seen in this work, every writer within the period decided how to use all these new creative elements that Nature provided. He uses the theme of the innocence of the children to place them closer to the natural world, thus making them one more part of nature, together with other animals.
He also uses several natural symbols to refer to human life, such us the spring and youth, or the sunset and the fading of life.
However, he also manages to depict another facet of Nature, the one presented in Songs of Experience. Here, Nature is attached to mystery; it evolves from something harmless where children can play in into something wild and unknown. Thus, he presents Nature as a duality, as something beautiful and dangerous at the same time. Blake was not the only poet who made a connection between children and Nature. Nevertheless, he relies on the power of memories to get back to this purer state, so that all people can enjoy Nature, which will help them when they feel sad or lost. Wordsworth also elevates Nature to the supreme knowledge, like a deity, which can provide infinite knowledge to anyone who looks for it.
Together with Wordsworth, Coleridge believed in the superiority of nature, yet he prefers to rely on the power of dreams to approach to natural settings that escape from reality. The later Romantics also presented this theme in some of his works. For Lord Byron, it is an escape route to run away from the troubles of society and find relief in it.
He manages to depict Nature as something fair and cruel at the same time, giving it a greatness that could not be compared to anything else. Shelley also believed in this greatness of Nature, which could not be reached by any form of human creation. This immortality of Nature was also depicted by Keats. Furthermore, he related Nature with mystery and even the supernatural. With regard to the Gothic novel, it has been proven that Nature provided novelists with the elements that they needed to create landscapes in which set their stories.
Ann Radcliffe uses Nature as a place where her character Emily can meditate. As for Mary Shelley, she offers an innovative view of what happens when someone dares to defy Nature and its laws. She also presents not only the beautiful aspects of it but also the sublime ones. That is why Nature is present in the literature of this period as one of the main elements that give shape to a wide variety of poems and novels.
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