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William Wordsworth – author of ‘Daffodils’ (I wandered Lonely as a Cloud) - The British Library

He was buried by the side of his daughter in the beautiful churchyard of Grasmere. His father was law agent to Sir James Lowther, afterward Earl of Lonsdale, but he died when William was in his seventh year. The poet attended school first at Hawkshead School, then at Cambridge University. William was also entered at St. Johns in
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This content was uploaded by our users and we assume good faith they have the permission to share this book., His poetry relates to nature by focusing primarily on the relationship between inner life with the outer world.

Much of his poetry was inspired by the dramatic landscapes of the Lake District, and his work did much to alter public perceptions of that part of England. His sister and lifelong companion, Dorothy, was born in They were looked after by relatives after the early death of their parents. Between and , William studied at Cambridge, spending holidays walking in the lakes and trekking across revolutionary France to the Alps. In , William and Dorothy set up home together in the West Country. In , repayment of substantial debt owed to his father enabled Wordsworth to marry Mary Hutchinson. In , the Wordsworths moved to Rydal Mount, Ambleside.

Ebooks by William Wordsworth. Online library. New books. Poems of Wordsworth; Poems, chiefly of early and late years : including The borderers, a tragedy Poems, in two volumes, Volume 1 Poems. Including Lyrical ballads, and the miscellaneous pieces of the author.


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