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Wordsworth Trust Poet in Residence 2009 -2010

Wordsworth Trust Poet in Residence 2009 -2010 The Wordsworth Trust was founded in 1891 to maintain Dove Cottage, in Grasmere, Cumbria, home of William Wordsworth when he wrote much of his greatest poetry.

William Wordsworth - poems -

www.PoemHunter.com - The World's Poetry Archive 2 William Wordsworth (1770-1850) Wordsworth, born in his beloved Lake District, was the son of an attorney.

Wordsworth, Gilpin, and the Vacant Mind

Wordsworth, Gilpin, and the Vacant Mind Joseph Viscomi University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill In many a walk of "Lines" in the rock. One could more easily imagine the At Evening or by moonlight, or reclined text written with a lead or slate pencil, like the inscription At midday upon beds ...

Wordsworth: The Genesis of Jungian Imagination

Anticipations of Jungian Imagination in Wordsworth's Poetry Jolene Howard Regarding the poet, Carl Jung eloquently states, "he enthralls and overpowers, while at the same time he lifts the idea he is seeking to express out of the occasional and the transitory into the realm of the ever-enduring ...

Memory: William Wordsworth and "Tintern Abbey"

responsible, but also have more responsibilities. Wordsworth waxes 9 melancholy as he recalls how enthusiastic and engaged he was with nature on his previous visit to the Wye.

Wordsworth's Literary Precedents: Derivation and the Enduring ...

1 Wordsworth's Literary Precedents: Derivation and the Enduring Power of Imagination William Wordsworth developed a comprehensive theory of poetry, in part, due to a request from Samuel Taylor Coleridge to write such a theory, and in part to act as an explanatory introduction to the second ...

Trustees' report and financial statements Registered charity ...

Trustees' report and financial statements 31 December 2007 Contents Trustees' report 1 Statement of responsibilities of the trustees of The Wordsworth Trust in respect of the Trustees' Annual Report and the financial statements 25 Independent auditors' report to the members of The Wordsworth ...

Prices by series for Wordsworth Editions Books :

WORDSWORTH CLASSICS Emma - Jane Austen 9781853260285 - 416pp N & I Jane Austen teased readers with the idea of a 'heroine whom no one but myself will much like', but Emma is irresistible.

Preface to Lyrical Ballads, A

Preface to Lyrical Ballads , A.D. 1492: Wordsworth's "Meanest Flower" and Wang Yang-ming's "Principle of Bamboo" as the Universal jen of Romanticism Preface to Lyrical Ballads, A

John Wordsworth, Father of the Poet

John Wordsworth, Father of the Poet John Wordsworth, a young lawyer, moved to Cockermouth in 1764, taking over the role of estate and law agent to Sir James Lowther from his cousin John Robinson.