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*'''「自然を教師としなさい」''' ("Let Nature be your teacher")
:Come forth into the light of things,<br>'''Let Nature be your teacher'''.<br>''-The Tables Turned, st. 4 (1798)''
*'''「春の森での感動は賢者よりも多くを教える」'''
:One impulse from a vernal wood<br>May teach you more of man,<br>Of moral evil and of good,<br>Than all the sages can.<br>''-The Tables Turned, st. 6 (1798)''
*'''「子供は大人の父」 ''' ("The Child is father of the Man")<br>
:My heart leaps up when I behold<br>A rainbow in the sky:<br>So was it when my life began;<br>So is it now I am a man;<br>So be it when I shall grow old,<br>Or let me die!<br>'''The Child is father of the Man''';<br>I could wish my days to be<br>Bound each to each by natural piety.<br>''- My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold, (1802)''<br>
*'''「習慣は無思慮な人々を支配する」''' ("Habit rules the unreflecting herd")<br>
:''- Part II, No. 28 - Reflections''<br>
===Lyrical Ballads (1798-1800)===
*'''「自然を教師としなさい」''' ("Let Nature be your teacher")
:Come forth into the light of things,<br>'''Let Nature be your teacher'''.<br>''-The Tables Turned, st. 4 (1798)''
*'''「春の森での感動は賢者よりも多くを教える」'''
:One impulse from a vernal wood<br>May teach you more of man,<br>Of moral evil and of good,<br>Than all the sages can.<br>''-The Tables Turned, st. 6 (1798)''
 
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