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Man's Relationship with Nature in Hughes and Wordsworth's Poetry Concentrating on a Single Poem by every Poet, Compare and Contrast the ways in which Hughes and Wordsworth Current Person's Relationship with Nature Both Hughes and Wordsworth have faith about man's connection with nature, but I feel that they see that the connection between both in different ways. Hughes has a more negative and negative approach, believing that character needs to protect herself out of man's destructive nature, while Wordsworth thinks that nature is a instructor and frees you. Wordsworth employs a more positive and positive approach in his own poetry. Wordsworth sees nature in a intimate and religious awareness that protects and is constantly consuming and inspiring man's mind and helping it to develop. On the other hand Hughes sees man as interfering and destructive towards nature and is excluded from its own stability. Hughes character is far more complicated and hard to manage, in order to speak, compared to Wordsworth's; that is reflected in his attitude towards character since he thinks that character is a violent and barbarous enemy towards man and even itself. From this you can tell that he is quite a brooding and depressive guy. I've chosen to compare 'Work and Play' by Hughes and by Wordsworth I've chosen 'Expostulation and Reply' and 'The Tables Turned' that are poems on exactly the identical topic but 'The Tables Turned' is put later on in the day and is the 'Companion-Piece' into 'Expostulation and Response'. I chose to study these two poems since I believe that it's very interesting how the beliefs of Hughes and Wordsworth are introduced, demonstrating that they both have an admiration for the beauty of nature and its power, and how Hughes believes that in comparison m.. .