William Wordsworth (1770-1850)

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Sprache : anglais
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : Cockermouth (Royaume-Uni), 07-04-1770
Tod : Rydal Mount (Royaume-Uni), 23-04-1850
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Activities of William Wordsworth (1770-1850) (142)

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Epilogue, ode : Immortality , (W.m Wordsworth), . Chant et piano
Ode to Duty, (W.m Wordsworth). Chant et piano
Sonnet : The World. , (W.m Wordsworth), . Chant et piano
Glide gently, thus for ever glide. - [2]

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William Wordsworth. Op. 67. . Fantasia in f minor for organ solo
William Wordsworth. op. 48. . Symphony n° 3 in C. [Pocket] score
The old oaken bucket. - [57]

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George and Sarah Green, a narrative, by Dorothy Wordsworth. Edited from the original manuscript, with a preface, by E. de Selincourt

Documents about William Wordsworth (1770-1850) (241)

Livres (240)

Wordsworth's poetry, 1815-1845
Charles Darwin's debt to the romantics
Wordsworth's monastic inheritance
"The excursion" and Wordsworth's iconography
Wordsworth and the poetics of air
The history of missed opportunities
Romantic marks and measures
Wordsworth and the green romantics
Wordsworth and the art of philosophical travel
Charles Darwin and the church of Wordsworth
The Oxford handbook of William Wordsworth
Beyond sense and sensibility
Leslie Stephen and Matthew Arnold as critics of Wordsworth
The life of William Wordsworth
Wordsworth et ses miroirs
Wordsworth's poetry and prose
The life of William Wordsworth
Literary friendships in the age of Wordsworth
Wordsworth and the poetry of sincerity
William Wordsworth in context
William Wordsworth e la pre-scienza della poesia
William Wordsworth and the invention of tourism, 1820-1900
Romantic tragedies
Wordsworth's view of nature and its ethical consequences
Wordsworth's ethics
Wordsworth, Hemans, and Politics, 1800-1830
William Wordsworth and the theology of poverty
William and Dorothy Wordsworth
Romantic ecology
Redemption in poetry and philosophy
The poets' daughters
Wordsworth and Coleridge
Wordsworth's poetic collections, supplementary writing and parodic reception
Dorothy Wordsworth and Hartley Coleridge
William Wordsworth and the ecology of authorship
Romantic things
John Thelwall in the Wordsworth circle
Wordsworth and the Enlightenment idea of pleasure
Romantic tragedies
Wordsworth's vagrants
Writing romanticism
Wordsworth's revisitings
Erindringens poetik
Romantic fiat
Blake. Wordsworth. Religion.
The Cambridge introduction to William Wordsworth
William Wordsworth's poetry
Wordsworth and the passions of critical poetics
Wordsworth's poetic theory
Marriage, writing, and romanticism
Wordsworth, commodification and social concern
Wordsworth translated
Wordsworth and the great system
William Wordsworth
Text as process
The ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth
Imagination, metaphor and mythopeiea in Wordsworth, Shelley and Keats
Poetry and the romantic musical aesthetic
Wordsworth and the poetry of what we are
Wordsworth and the writing of the nation
Charles Lamb, Coleridge and Wordsworth
Wordsworth's philosophic song
Wordsworth and word-preserving arts
Techniki asocjacyjne
Wordsworth writing
Wordsworth et la marche
Wordsworth and Coleridge
Mystical discourse in Wordsworth and Whitman
L'estetica del Romanticismo
The friendship
Romantic complexity
Wordsworth in American literary culture
William Wordsworth
The Wordsworthian enlightenment
Sonnet series and itinerary poems, 1820-1845
Buried communities
Wordsworth and the formation of English studies
Browning and Wordsworth
The Cambridge companion to Wordsworth
Wordsworth's bardic vocation, 1787-1842
Romantics and renegades
Romanticism and transcendence
Coleridge's idea of Wordsworth as philosopher poet
The immortal dinner
The politics of language in romantic literature
William Wordsworth
Wordsworth's biblical ghosts
The christian Wordsworth, 1798-1805
Wordsworth and the critics
Wordsworth in his major lyrics
William Wordsworth's golden age theories during the industrial revolution in England, 1750-1850
The gang
William Wordsworth Volume I
Wordsworth : a poet's history
Strange seas of thought
Wordsworth's classical undersong
A passionate sisterhood
Wordsworth ou L'autre voix
Romantic aversions
Last poems, 1821-1850
Wordsworth ou l'autre voix
Wordsworth's poems of travel 1819-42
Romanticism, lyricism, and history
Portraits littéraires
Disowned by memory
Translations of Chaucer and Virgil
Wordsworth and the Victorians
The time of unrememberable being
The hidden Wordsworth
William Worksworth
The poetry of relationship
The Romantics
Wordsworth's counterrevolutionary turn
Early poems and fragments, 1785-1797
Tennyson, Wordsworth and the 'forms' of religion
Wordsworth's profession
Impure conceits
William Wordsworth
Wordsworth and the Zen mind
A moment's monument
Lyrical ballads, and other poems, 1797-1800
Wordsworth and the question of 'romantic religion'
An annotated critical bibliography of William Wordsworth
The 'Lucy poems'
Ravishing images
Wordsworth and feeling
Becoming Wordsworthian
Romantic vagrancy
Wordsworth and the geologists
An annotated critical bibliography of William Wordsworth
The passion of meter
Wordsworth's reading
From "The Russian fugitive" to "The ballad of Bulgarie"
Wordsworth and the cultivation of women
Romantic discourse and political modernity
Wordsworth now and then
The letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth VIII
The letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth 8
Wordsworth's reading, 1770-1799
Wordsworth's reading
Romantic potency
A preface to Wordsworth
The politics of nature
Strange power of speech
Wordsworth, dialogics and the practice of criticism
William Wordsworth
Prophetic memory in Wordsworth's ecclesiastical sonnets
Wordsworth's "Slumber" and the problematics of reading
The poet without a name
Empirical truths and critical fictions
Critical essays on William Wordsworth
Unreal cities
Towards reading Freud
Fragmentation by decree
Romantic revolutions
Reading romantics
Wordsworth's poem of the mind
Unruly times
William Wordsworth
Wordsworth and philosophy
Revision and authority in Wordsworth
On moral personhood
The language of Wordsworth and Coleridge
Wordsworth and Coleridge
Wordsworth and the Enlightment
A Mind for ever voyaging
Wordsworth's revisionary aesthetics
The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth 7. - 4
Wordsworth and Coleridge
Metaphoric worlds
A Wordsworth chronology
Wordsworth's influence on Shelley
Coleridge and Wordsworth
Wordsworth, Turner, and Romantic landscape
Radical literary education
Coleridge, Wordsworth, and the language of allusion
The Hamlet vision of Coleridge and Wordsworth
The Questioning presence
The Romantic tradition in modern English poetry
The Self as mind
Wordsworth's great period poems
Wordsworth and the worth of words
Wordsworth : play and politics
Action, organism, and philosophy in Wordsworth and Whitehead
The Romantic body
Personification and the sublime
Wordsworth, Freud and the spots of time
Wordsworth scholarship and criticism, 1973-1984
Wordsworth's heroes
Wordsworth's second nature
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