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William Wordsworth (7 April 1770 – 23 April 1850) was a major English Romantic poet who, with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, helped to launch the Romantic Age in English literature with...

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  • six words for a hat: Not Wandering Lonely As A Cloud

      Blog Source: scottgfbailey.blogspot.com | 2 days ago
    Poetry on sale! I was reading William Wordsworth's poetry this weekend, as it happens. You won't find any Wordsworth at Phoenicia Publishing, but you will find the Homeric, supercharged post-apocalyptic Thaliad by Marly Youmans, as well .
  • AMY SUSAN CROHN: Blessings and Messing with My Mind - ...

      Blog Source: dyingtoliveamy.blogspot.com | 2 days ago
    Which having been must ever be;. In the soothing thoughts that spring. Out of human suffering;. In the faith that looks through death,. In years that bring the philosophic mind. ~ William Wordsworth ~. I will "find strength in what remains
  • Family Matters | The Reader Online

      Blog Source: thereaderonline.co.uk | 2 days ago
    —William Wordsworth. Now we are in April and the clocks have turned back, we are well and truly stepping into Spring. We have a whole host of Short Courses lined up in the next few months, where you can spend time reading together as a ...
  • The Word Den: Sunday Rest: diurnal. Word Not To Use Today.

      Blog Source: thewordden.blogspot.com | 2 days ago
    The poet William Wordsworth was a genius. He was so often sublime, so often breathtakingly graceful, simple and profound: A slumber did my spirit seal; I had no human fears: She seemed a thing that could not feel. The touch of earthly years.
  • A Poet finds inspiration, a President gets killed and a Ship ...

      Blog Source: nononsensewithnuwansen.wordpress.com | 2 days ago
    William Wordsworth, Abraham Lincoln and the Titanic The 14th Century 1367 - Future King of England, Henry IV, is born. The 15th Century 1452 - The birth of Leonardo da Vinci. One of greatest Italian Renaissance artists ever, who was a ...
  • The Walk — Part 1 | Folkways Nowadays

      Blog Source: folkwaysnowadays.com | 2 days ago
    Today I took a walk. A long walk. William Wordsworth told me to. As I sat in my office working through another lunch, answering calls, returning emails, problem-solving, trouble-shooting, I heard it, "The world is too much with us; late and soon,
  • 49 Writers: Katie Eberhart: Common Life

      Blog Source: 49writers.blogspot.com | 2 days ago
    William Wordsworth, “Preface to Lyrical Ballads”. For twenty-eight years, we lived in the same house a few miles from Palmer. The house was built in 1935 for a Matanuska Colonist family and had been the residence of several families before ...
  • A Bounty of Interpretations: History's Most Famous Mutiny

      Blog Source: www.criminalelement.com | 7 months ago
    A schoolmate of the Romantic poet William Wordsworth, he came from a once-great family that had run out of money, forcing Christian into a late-blooming career as a navy man. In time, his story would evolve into a romantic tale—the story of ...
  • Roman Empire | 1001 Essays

      Blog Source: 1001essays.com | 7 months ago
    With such people as William Wordsworth, William Blake and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe fueled romanticism with their writings and poems. William Wordsworth, for example, wrote many poems about nature and his beliefs on how life and ...
  • Red Sox on Verge of World (Series) Domination | Ossurworld ...

      Blog Source: ossurworld.com | 7 months ago
    Yet, the world is always too much with us, according to wordsmith William Wordsworth. The Red Sox have swept a series with the Yankees in September during this strange season on the way to the postseason. It's makes the Red Sox men of ...


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