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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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  • A Poem by William Wordsworth – a giant of English Literature ...

      Blog Source: englishwithatwist.com | 3 months ago
    Photo: Wordsworth Trust. In my last post, I mentioned some of the leading figures in English Literature that had a close association with the Lake District. One of these was William Wordsworth who was born and lived in the Lake District.
  • Review: Myself and Some Other Being: Wordsworth and the Life ...

      Blog Source: www.hippocampusmagazine.com | 3 months ago
    Famous Romantic poet, William Wordsworth, lived and died long before the creation of either medium. However, author, Daniel Robinson, demonstrates in his latest work, Myself and Some Other Being: Wordsworth and the Life Writing, that ...
  • Wordsworth's sonnet on the sonnet ("Nuns fret not. . . ") - ...

      Blog Source: blog.bestamericanpoetry.com | 3 months ago
    The subject of many poems is poetry itself, and here is a great example: Wordsworth's sonnet on the sonnet, which dwells on the paradox -- dear to poets' hearts -- of freedom within, despite, or even because of confinement: Nuns fret not at
  • Shelly Lowenkopf's Blog: At a Moment's Notice

      Blog Source: www.lowenkopf.com | 3 months ago
    You've come to think of such moments of revisiting priorities as Wordsworth Moments, thanks more than anything to William Wordsworth's sonnet that begins with the memorable line: "The World is too much with us, late and soon," then
  • Today in Literary History: William Wordsworth | Soul Tree ...

      Blog Source: soultreepublications.com | 3 months ago
    Romantic English poet William Wordsworth was born 244 years ago today on April 7, 1770. His passion for nature and the human race's relationship to it set him apart from poets before him. He was England's Poet Laureate from 1843 until his&
  • Spring Daffodils | Colline's Blog

      Blog Source: collinesblog.wordpress.com | 3 months ago
    William Wordsworth Poems in Two Volumes: Moods of my Mind 7 (1807). Unlike Wordsworth, I have never seen fields of daffodils. How beautiful it must be for him to have written a poem about it, or to even remember when relaxing on his ...
  • "The World Is Too Much With Us" by William Wordsworth

      Blog Source: eretzsongs.blogspot.com | 3 months ago
    "The World Is Too Much With Us" by William Wordsworth is the Songs of Eretz Poem of the Day and the offering from Poet.org's Poem-A-Day for April 27, 2014. The poem is in the public domain and reprinted here. The World Is Too Much With&
  • Addressing Nature-Deficit Disorder | randy k hammer

      Blog Source: randykhammer.wordpress.com | 3 months ago
    A sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Randy Hammer, April 27, 2014 (Earth Day Sunday) Psalm 23:1-3a ESV William Wordsworth, “The Tables Turned” Nature-deficit disorder is one of the maladies of our time. Such is the contention of author ...
  • Bits and Pieces - Hornby Britannia Miscellany - RMweb

      Blog Source: www.rmweb.co.uk | 3 months ago
    Matters have moved on since my recent Post detailing the arrival of the Diamond Jubilee Britannia (R3094).The donor – Hornby William Wordsworth R2563...
  • Motion slams 'philistine' National Planning Policy | ...

      Blog Source: andrewlainton.wordpress.com | 3 months ago
    William Wordsworth would be 'having fits' about the development planned for the countryside, former Poet Laureate Sir Andrew Motion has said. Now president of the Campaign to Protect Rural England, he made the claim as he criticised the .

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