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Wordsworth : a life

Author: Juliet R V Barker
Publisher: New York : Ecco, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biografía
Biografías
Named Person: William Wordsworth
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Juliet R V Barker
ISBN: 0060787317 9780060787318
OCLC Number: 427511188
Description: 548 p. : il
Contents: The child is father of the man pre; 1770-83 --
A poor, devoted crew; 1784-7 --
Squandered abroad; 1787-90 --
A vital interest; 1799-92 --
A patriot of the world; 1793-4 --
Benighted heart and mind; 1794-6 --
A sett of violent democrats; 1796-8 --
The giant Wordsworth; 1798-9 --
The concern; 1799-1800 --
Home at Grasmere; 1800-1802 --
The set is broken; 1802-5 --
Acquiring the quiet mind; 1805-6 --
The convention of cintra; 1807-9 --
The blessedest of men! ; 1809-11 --
Suffer the little children; 1811-12 --
The excursion; 1813-14 --
Increasing influence; 1814-16 --
Bombastes Furioso; 1817-20 --
A tour of the continent; 1820-22 --
Idle Mount; 1823-6 --
Shades of the prison-house; 1826-9 --
Furiously alarmist; 1829-33 --
Falling leaves; 1833-6 --
Coming home; 1836-9 --
Real greatness; 1893-42 --
Poet Laureate; 1842-5 --
Fixed and irremovable grief; 1845-7 --
Bowed to the dust; 1847-50 --
Epilogue; 1847-50.
Responsibility: Juliet Barker.

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