What is the Central idea of the poem 'daffodils' william wordsworth?

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The pivotal aspect in the is to accept that only the greatest artistic achievements can be isolated from the environment in which thay were produced. They are both "inter and extra temporal"creations.W was one of the Romantic school of poetry.His great friend Coleridge wrote "... and he with many feelings many thoughts made up a meditative joy and found religious meanings in the forms of nature."Both poets were believers in anthropomorphism and much of their work is significantly influenced by this school of thought.Do not get seduced into the never-ending discussions on the symbolism approach.The central theme is simple - it is a simple homage to nature.Nothing more - nothing else. more
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