Romantic Movement was sparked by a dissolution of social and class barriers. William Wordsworth was the pioneer of the Movement. His poems between 1793 and 1798 are concerned with the miseries of the humble and the down trodden people of his time. His heroes are not from the elite classes but rustic men who lived simple and frugal life. He admired their simplicity, courage, hope and patience. By ennobling the rural folk, he preaches that all men are equal. Wordsworth made his rustic characters mouthpiece of humanity. In his poetry he focuses not on those factors that differentiate men but on those primal qualities of humanity where man and nature touch and blend. Wordsworth was a committed egalitarian. Throughout his life he struggled for a just and an Egalitarian society cleansed of oppression and class division.