What is the central idea of the poem Tintern Abbey.

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      Wordsworth revisited the banks of the river way and he was thrilled. After visiting that place his minds recalled all the joy which he got previous time. The landscape wood on the Hillside also filled his mind with joy and sensation. And all the hates and weary burden vanished from the sight of the poet.

Wordsworth revisited the banks of the river way and he was thrilled. After visiting that place his minds recalled all the joy which he got previous time. The landscape wood on the Hillside also filled his mind with joy and sensation. And all the hates and weary burden vanished from the sight of the poet.
Tintern Abbey

      The main idea of the poem is to manifest the philosophy of Pethism. In this poem Wordsworth feels the presence of mysterious force entering into every mortal object. In this poem, poet gives a great tribute to his sister Dorothy. The ultimate message which comes out from the poem is that "nature never betray the heart that loved her". He advised Dorothy to submit herself completely to nature, at the movement considering herself as an ardent worshipper of nature.

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