331 William Wordsworth – “The World Is Too Much With Us”

As the world struggles to emerge from a global pandemic, Jacke takes a look at our relationship with nature, turning to William Wordsworth’s classic sonnet “The World Is Too Much With Us” to see if its concerns are applicable today.

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2 thoughts on “331 William Wordsworth – “The World Is Too Much With Us””

  1. Jacke, love, love, love the show, loyal patron here. Lately though you & your guests talk soooo fast! I understand time constraints & there’s so much good stuff to say but, one hearing impaired as I am coupled with other audio issues like in the episode of End of Affair, quality listening is difficult. Perhaps it’s me? Or technology? I don’t know but either way, I’m missing all the wonderful things I’ve always gotten out of the show. Help!

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