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Professor Philip Shaw explores the role of the sublime in Wordsworth's autobiographical Prelude, explaining how the poet...
This hand-bound manuscript of William Wordsworth’s poem The Waggoner was written out by Sara Hutchinson, with correction...
This drawing of William Wordsworth was made in 1833, when Wordsworth was 63 years old. The signature at the bottom left ...
This manuscript draft of William Worldsworth's ambitious autobiographical poem, The Prelude, was written out in the hand...
These portraits of the Romantic poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth were published in 1891, copied from...
These pages show the copy of William Wordsworth’s ‘Ode’ submitted to Longman’s, publishers of Poems in Two Volumes (1807...
This manuscript copy of William Wordsworth’s ‘The Solitary Reaper’, later published in Poems in Two Volumes (1807), is p...
A close reading of Lyrical Ballads.
On the back of this letter, dated 14 December 1805, we can see an early copy of William Wordsworth’s poem ‘The Solitary ...
‘I wandered lonely as a cloud’ is the opening of one of William Wordsworth’s most famous poems. Wordsworth is a poet who...
These two pages, which contain a version of the poem ‘The Solitary Reaper’, are part of the manuscript of Poems in Two V...
William Wordsworth’s poem ‘The Ruined Cottage’ tells the tale of a family torn apart by circumstances beyond their contr...
This letter was written from William Wordsworth to John Wilson, a Scottish writer, on 7 June 1802 in the early stages of...