Subjectivity | Literary Term - Definition, Characteristic and Examples | Learning The Easy Way


Subjectivity means impersonal presentation of situations and characters. That means Emphasis in writing on the expression of the writer's feelings and personal opinions. It is a mode of expression in which information about the writer's personal life and place. In this type of writing, the writer's likes and dislikes are given importance. It is opposite to objectivity.

For example:
In Wordsworth's poetry, we find his childhood. He stole birds, eggs and a boat for childish pleasure. His poem also reveal that he loved nature and believed that God was present in nature.

So, we can say that Wordsworth's was a subjective poet.

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