William Wordsworth: Selected Poems
Gramercy Books, 1993 - 256 Seiten
William Wordsworth is one of the beloved English poets of the late-18th and early-19th centuries. This edition of his selected poems includes classics like:
• "The Prelude"
• "Tintern Abbey"
• "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud"
• "The World is Too Much With Us"
• "To a Butterfly"
• "We Are Seven"
Elegantly packaged with a ribbon marker, this volume is the perfect addition to any poetry library.
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A must for anyone in today's world who believes that we must leave this world in better shape for our grandchildren than we found it. Wordsworth was one of the first environmentalists. He probably had never heard the term and yet he epitomized it. A MUST read. Vollständige Rezension lesen
TO TOUSSAINT LWJUVERTURE
NUNS FRET NOT AT THEIR CONVENTS NARROW
LINES LEFT UPON A SEAT IN A YEW TREE 37
TO MY SISTER 47
THE THORN 54
THERE IS AN EMINENCE
THE GREEN LINNET
TO THE DAISY WITH LITTLE
RESOLUTION AND INDEPENDENCE
THE SMALL CELANDINE
A WHIRLBLAST FROM BEHIND THE HILL
WE ARE SEVEN
LINES WRITTEN IN EARLY SPRING
SHE DWELT AMONG THE UNTRODDEN WAYS
THREE YEARS SHE GREW
A NARROW GIRDLE OF ROUGH STONES
To A SKYLARK ETHEREAL MINSTRELI
CALM IS THE FRACRANT AIR
From The Prelude
Index of Titles and First Lines