هذه القصيده للشاعر الرومانسي wordsworthوهذه الشاعر من ارقى شعراء قرن الثامن عشر
في مرحله الثالث انكليزي راح تقرون من اشعاره الكثير وهذه وحده من اروع اشعاره هذه شرحها بشكل مبسط وممكن تستخدمون هذا الشرح بالواجب اليومي....
the solitary reaper )
The poem mainly discusses the theme of poetry. Songs are poetry too, and that is clear to Wordsworth. We can see that he sees the girl as a poet because of the preface to Lyrical Ballads (1798). In it, Wordsworth maintained that poetry should not rely on artificial diction for its effort. Rather, it should be written in more ordinary language and simpler form so that all classes might appreciate it. "The Solitary Reaper" exemplifies this belief.
However the reaper is one of Wordsworth's most famous "solitaries". Wordsworth used solitary characters to show how to be one with nature (See 'Old Man Travelling', 'There Was A Boy' and 'Nutting'), and this solitary is no different. The girl is compared to nightingales and cuckoo birds in a positive light, as though she is one of them, which shows her natural side. The "vale profound/ Is overflowing with the sound", and this also shows that she and nature are sympathetic to each other.
Other themes touched on are those of loss- "some natural sorrow, loss or pain"- and imagination - the song takes Wordsworth to the corners of the world, from "Arabian sands" to the "farthest Hebrides". The lack of understanding means that he is able to ponder the meaning, also an example of imagination