William Wordsworth

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a romantic English poet whose work was inspired by the Lake District where he spent most of his life (1770-1850)


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Such poetic re-vision resonates with the poem's description of William Wordsworth as "Bard, Brother, Friend from infancy[,]" a biography in reverse that prioritizes Wordsworth's status as the poet and syntactically suggests that the poet's preliminary states (as a brother, as someone who was once a child) follow from his status as a poet.
WHEN TO GO As William Wordsworth said, ''surpassed by none" any time you like.
If nothing else, William Wordsworth and the Theology of Poverty provides a helpful, introductory, theological, and poetic lexicon by which to better understand how poverty can be defined and engaged.
London, Oct 18 ( ANI ): A lake that inspired William Wordsworth to write poetry is up for sale on eBay.
It feels like meeting William Wordsworth and Bob Dylan at dinner.
Similar brain activity occurred in people reading poetry by William Wordsworth and T.
Even greats like Shakespeare and William Wordsworth had some deficiencies in their writings as per critics.
TODAY FEAST 1843: William Wordsworth was appointed Poet Laureate - the day before his 73rd birthday.
Between 1780 to 1830 it played host to some well known literary greats such as Lord Byron, William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Commissioner said that William Wordsworth said that the books are best friends of human being and study habit is the healthy sign of the society.
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But the Welsh knew more about English poets, with 82 per cent familiar with William Wordsworth compared to 69 per cent of Londoners.
The Wordsworth Trust in Cumbria has announced that it has purchased a book by William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge for GBP42,000.
The discovery of a tattooed corpse, buried 200 years ago, raises the possibility that William Wordsworth composed a poem based on the story told to him by Christian Fletcher of the mutiny that occurred on The Bounty.