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Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850.
Poetical works of William Wordsworth.
Oxford, Clarendon [1952-59]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Wordsworth; Ernest De Selincourt; Helen Darbishire
|Notes:||Vol. 3-5 ed. by E. de Selincourt and Helen Darbishire.|
|Description:||5 volumes 23 cm|
|Contents:||[v. 1] Poems written in youth. Poems referring to the period of childhood.--[v. 2] Poems founded on the affections. Poems on the naming of places. Poems of fancy. Poems of the imagination.--[v. 3] Miscellaneous sonnets. Memorials of various tours. Poems dedicated to national independence and liberty. The Egyptian maid. The river Duddon series. The white doe and other narrative poems. Ecclesiastical sonnets.--[v. 4] Evening voluntaries. Itinerary poems of 1833. Poems of sentiment and reflection. Sonnets dedicated to liberty and order. Miscellaneous poems. Inscriptions. Selections from Chaucer. Poems referring to the period of old age. Epitaphs and elegiac pieces. Ode: Intimations of immortality.--[v. 5] The Excursion. The Recluse, part I, book I.|
|Responsibility:||Edited from the manuscripts with textual and critical notes by E. de Selincourt.|