Dorothy Wordsworth


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1770–1850, English poet, b. Cockermouth, Cumberland. One of the great English poets, he was a leader of the romantic movement in England. Life and Works

In 1791 he graduated from Cambridge and traveled abroad.
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Le chapitre 6 est consacree a une voyageuse d'exception: Miss Dorothy Wordsworth qui est plutot touriste que voyageuse.
Below is a poem by Dorothy Wordsworth, which we use in the cottage, in which she mentions Johnnie, who is William's three-year-old son.
The journals of Joseph Banks and his colleagues in the South Seas, of Gilbert White in Hampshire, of Coleridge in Somerset, of Dorothy Wordsworth in the Lake District, all demonstrate this (almost sacred) attention to things simply and precisely observed.
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Among the colourful array of festival 'performers' are Sean Sullivan, (played by Stephen Mangan, star of Channel 4 comedy Green Wing), a hugely obnoxious comic who has hit the big time, Brother Mike (Clive Russell), a Catholic priest who tries to distract himself from his more perverse leanings and Faith Myers (Lyndsey Marshal) who is convinced her one-woman show about Dorothy Wordsworth will pack in the Edinburgh crowds.
DOROTHY WORDSWORTH lies buried in one of the most beautiful churchyards in England, at Grasmere in the Lake District, with her brother William, his wife Mary, and other members of the family.
Blue Venus is the newest poetry collection by Lisa Russ Spaar (winner of the Rona Jaffe Award for Emerging Women writers and Director of the MFA program in Creative Writing, University of Virginia) and one that continues the theme of insomnia by exploring the sleeplessness of such fascinating personalities as Virginia Woolf, Dorothy Wordsworth, Thomas Merton, the great hypnotist Mesmer, and others.
Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth (London: Macmillan, 1925 [1897]), p.
The Early Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth, ed.
I read a Dorothy Wordsworth poem called Loving And Liking.
Many famous names have passed through, including Queen Victoria and poet Dorothy Wordsworth.