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  1. Comparison and contrast of texts on London

    Wordsworth gives us a very tranquil, productive, beautiful and almost spiritual view of London with an inspirational intention. This peaceful impression of London contrasts heavily with the British Transport leaflet, which creates a busy, lively, near chaotic impression of London where there is "something for everyone" to do. Wordsworth describes everything as being still or asleep. "The very houses seem asleep; And all that might heart is lying still!" And "The beauty of the morning; silent and bare." This description differs largely to the impression we get from the British Transport leaflet which uses lots of active verbs to give the impression of movement i.e.

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