Wordsworth: The Eternal Romantic
William Wordsworth (1770-1850) was the quintessential Romantic, an imaginative and graceful poet. He was one of the greatest poets of all time, becoming Poet Laureate and making the English Lake District a mecca for poetry lovers. This edition celebrates some of Wordsworth's greatest poetry and is illustrated with some of the world's most beautiful works of art, many painted by artists inspired by his evocative descriptions of the lakes.
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Allan Bank beauteous beauty behold beneath the trees blessed blest bliss bower breath Bridgeman Art Library bright calm Child Claude Monet cliffs Coleridge Cottage Courtesy of Visual daffodils dancing dear death deep Dorothy Dorset dost doth dread earth Eternal Romantic Excursion EXTRACT farewell flowers gleams glee glittering Grasmere green grey grove halloo hath heard heart heaven hill hope hour INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY Lake District light listening London lonely Louvre Lucy Gray Lyrical Ballads Maiden MERRY ENGLAND mighty mind mood morning Mother mountains murmur Muse Nature night o'er pastoral peace pleasure Poems poetry Power Prelude quiet rocks serene shout sight silent sings sleeping song Sonnet soul spirit stars steep SURPRISED by joy sweet thee things thou thought Tintern Abbey Vale Victoria & Albert Visual Arts Library voice Walk WANDERED wild William Wordsworth winds woods