later Wordsworth

  • 417 Pages
  • 4.47 MB
  • English
The University Press , Cambridge, Eng
Wordsworth, William, -- 1770-
StatementEdith C. Batho.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 417 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14605682M

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(Edith Clara), b. Later Wordsworth. Cambridge, Eng.: University. The later poetry of William Wordsworth, popular in his lifetime and influential on the Victorians, has, with a few exceptions, received little attention from contemporary literary critics.

In Wordsworth's Poetry,Tim Fulford argues that the later work reveals a mature poet far more varied and surprising than is often acknowledged. R St. Little Rock, AR Open 10 AM - 6 PM Monday - Saturday, PM Sunday.

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Gill is revisionist in seeing Wordsworth's later years as part of the fabric and not as another, lesser garment, rejecting the popular notion that he became merely a tiresome old coot.

Readable at once as pure biography, intellectual biography, and literary criticism, this book will appeal to anyone with an interest in s: Showing all editions for 'The later Wordsworth,' Sort by: Format; All Formats (29) Book (3) Print book (26) eBook (3) Refine Your Search ; Year.

(8) (20) (1) Language. English Print book: Mixed form: Biography: English. Cambridge: University Press The later Wordsworth: The later Wordsworth. by Edith C Batho.

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Once reunited, they embarked on a remarkable experiment in domesticity and writing, one to which both siblings, their friends, and (later) Wordsworth’s wife, Mary, were devoted. BOOK OF THE WEEK. RADICAL WORDSWORTH A year later, William and Dorothy settled in Grasmere in the Lake District, at the small house which would later be known as Dove Cottage.

Late Wordsworth February 3, / provbate Now that my biography of Wordsworth is at press – coming out in early April in the UK and late April in USA – I’m reflecting on what I put in and what I left out. renewing the course of retrospection—though the former is about the poem and the later his youthful, unattached state at the time.

A catalogue of sights in Paris and his visit to the ruins of the former Bastille. The catalogue parallels in several ways the first catalogue of London in book seven. Even the very earliest of Wordsworth’s poetic efforts were addressed to his “dear native regions.” They remained a lifelong source of inspiration for him even though, in his later years, he tended to forsake nature as a direct source for subject matter.

Select Poems of William Wordsworth By William Wordsworth; William J. Rolfe American Book Company, Librarian's tip: Includes "The Solitary Reaper," "Yarrow Revisited," "The World Is Too Much with Us" and more.

Wordsworth suddenly "foresees" the expulsion of the monastics (in ) by the revolutionary republicans and is aghast.

He hears the ominous voice of nature cry out in defense of the monastery. Wordsworth himself defends the justice of the Revolution and praises the new liberty (this is his first mention in The Prelude of the Revolution).

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I nWilliam Wordsworth arrived from Bristol at the cottage of his friend, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, in Nether Stowey in Somerset. Twenty-five years later. Wordsworth removed his comments from later editions of the book, but we know from Coleridge’s letters that they led to him losing confidence as a poet and, significantly, to the deterioration of.

He would later move his family to the Lakes in order to be on Wordsworth’s native soil, but the Wordsworths now moved to Alfoxden, two miles from Nether Stowey, to be nearer to Coleridge.

“Walks extend for miles over the hilltops,” Dorothy wrote of their new home, and it was on these walks that Lyrical Ballads was born. William Wordsworth grew up in the Lake District of northern England.

There he spent much of his boyhood playing outdoors and exploring the mountains and lake-strewn valleys—“foster'd alike by beauty and by fear,” as he would later testify in his autobiographical poem The Prelude; or. William Wordsworth (7 April – 23 April ) was an English Romantic poet who, with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, helped to launch the Romantic Age in English literature with their joint publication Lyrical Ballads ().

Wordsworth's magnum opus is generally considered to be The Prelude, a semi-autobiographical poem of his early years that he revised and expanded a number of times.

'The Friendship' records the relationship between poets William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge in an historical, house-keeping style s: 7. Alan Liu, Wordsworth: The Sense of History (Palo Alto, Cal.: Stanford University Press, ). Peter J.

Manning, "Wordsworth at St. Bees: Scandals, Sisterhoods, and Wordsworth's Later Poetry," ELH, 52 (Spring ): David McCracken, Wordsworth and the Lake District: A Guide to the Poems and Their Places (New York: Oxford University Press.

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Wordsworth began writing this poem inwhen he was twenty-eight years old, and it was not published during his lifetime. The Prelude is written in blank verse and divided into fourteen books. William Wordsworth: A Biography, The Later Years by Moorman, Mary (Trevelyan) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Book Designers - Wordzworth.

Book Designer & Publisher Services. All Types of Books Designed & Published, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Children's, High End & More. William Wordsworth (), British poet, credited with ushering in the English Romantic Movement with the publication of Lyrical Ballads() in collaboration with Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

William Wordsworth was born on 7 April in Cockermouth, Cumberland, in the Lake District. His father was John Wordsworth, Sir James Lowther's attorney.Wordsworth and Coleridge produced a book of poetry, called Lyrical Ballads. The book contained poems written in a new and exciting way.Dorothy Wordsworth () published travel books and journals, such as GRASMERE JOURNALS and THE ALFOXDEN JOURNALin which she described the friendship of Wordsworth and Coleridge.

After a serious illness inshe was obliged to lead the life of an invalid, which deeply affected her imaginative and mental powers.