- 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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- And I owe much of my further understanding of Voltaire through his face to an essay invitingly titled Voltaire's Grin by Richard Holmes, the "total immersion" biographer whom I've praised before -- mostly for his work on the interlinked poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth. David Tereshchuk: French Claim for Origins of Investigative Journalism
- Wistfully, William Wordsworth wrote: en and everyone understood what the poet meant.
- Setting poems by John Keats and William Wordsworth, Braithwaite developed a love of lyric poetry that inspired his own writing.
- That fills the Soul with unavailing ruth. admin Uncategorized ecclesiastical sonnets iv druidical excommunication, ira lightman, william wordsworth Ira Lightman reads “Ecclesiastical Sonnets, IV. Druidical Excommunication” by William Wordsworth
- For Dorothy, the two are interfused in her scrutiny of nature and in her closeness to her brother, the Romantic poet William Wordsworth. New Ways Of Portraying Lives
- Constance spent nearly five years researching and editing the new collection as well as writing the first biographical study of Isabella, who was a contemporary of William Wordsworth.
- I found one other instructive quote from the right hon. Gentleman - a delphic utterance worthy of William Wordsworth at his best.
- In considering William Wordsworth's sonnet "Composed upon Westminster Bridge" and Samuel Taylor Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, the essay investigates the virtues and vices of ambience, as opposed to a more Burkean, "maximalist" view of the natural world. Abstracts
- William Wordsworth wrote lyric poetry/was a lyric poet.
- William Wordsworth was the founder of English romantic movement in the 19th century and representative of lake poets.