A Poetic Call-and-Response: The Discordant Intertextuality of Wordsworth’s “The World Is Too Much with Us” and Levertov’s “O Taste and See”

Literature is not a static, fixed entity, confined to the parameters of its initial creation. Literary pieces are forever evolving, adapting to new cultural, historical and social contexts through the processes of revision and reinterpretation. The grand scheme of literature is best represented as a vast web of interconnections, where various authors and individual works … Read moreA Poetic Call-and-Response: The Discordant Intertextuality of Wordsworth’s “The World Is Too Much with Us” and Levertov’s “O Taste and See”