Wordsworth's Poets

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Duncan Wu
Carcanet, 2003 - Poetry - 311 pages
A unique opportunity to examine the apprenticeship of a great writer, this selection of poems composed between 1785 and 1790 reveals a precocious and remarkably accomplished early talent and shows that even in his earliest work, Wordsworth was already preoccupied with the themes that would later be explored fully in The Prelude.

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Contents

James Graham 1st Marquis of Montrose Great
15
Acknowledgements
23
Elizabeth Carter Ode to Spring 1756
35
Copyright

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William Wordsworth was an English poet and key player in the Romantic Age in English literature. He is the author of Lyrical Ballads and Tintern Abbey.

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