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WARNEFORD SCHOLARSHIPS 591 VII -OTovSsitooitl 13rclu What is the meaning of the word Prelude and what did Wordsworth intend by it At what period of the poet's life was the Prelude written What alterations had taken place in his sentiments from those of an earlier period of his life What is the general purport of it This period of the poet's life had been fertile in producing many discussions on "Man Nature and Society To which of the three does the Prelude refer and what light does it afford to any of them How does it illustrate Wordsworth's own experience What does Wordsworth consider to be the functions of Nature in regard to Man and what the poet's Explain the following passage Book xiii From Nature doth emotion come and moods Of calmness equally are Nature's gift Long time in search of knowledge did range The field of human life in heart and mind Benighted but the dawn beginning now To reappear 'twas proved that not in vain had been taught to reverence Power That is the visible quality and shape And image of right and reason VIII -2ir la granlmir rt ir la HtcaKtncr Uti domains par iH0 1teg juteu Translate into English De tous les mis que les Romains attaqudrent Mithridate seul se defendit avec courage et les mit en peril La situation de ses otats tait admirable pour leur faire la guerre lis touchaient au pays inaccessible du Caucase rempli de nations feroces dont on pouvait se servir de la ils s'otendaient sur la mer du Pont Mithridate la couvrait de ses vaisseaux et allait continuellenient acheter de nouvelles armies de Scythes l'Asie dtait ouverte ses invasions il etait riche parceque ses
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