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Wordsworth: Selected Poems (Everyman) [Paperback]

William Wordsworth
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Table of Contents

From An Evening Walk; From Descriptive Sketches; Salisbury Plain;
Argument for Suicide; The Baker's Cart [fragment]; 'Are there no groans,
no breeze or wind?'; 'Away, away, it is the air'; The Ruined Cottage; The
Peddlar; 'Not useless do I deem'. Lyrical Ballads, 1798/1800 and 1800
editions. Home at Grasmere (and the 'Prospectus' to The Recluse); The
Forsaken; 'These chairs, they have no words to utter'; 'I only looked for
paiin and grief'. The Prelude, 1799; From The Prelude, 1805 and 1850.
From Poems in Two Volumes, 1807: Louisa; 'She was a phantom of delight';
Character of the Happy Warrior; To H.C., Six Years Old; 'I travelled
among unknown men', Ode to Duty, Beggars, Resolution and Independence,
'Nuns fret not at their convent's narrow room, Composed after a Journey
across the Hamilton Hills, Yorkshire; From the Italian of Michel Angelo;
Written in very early Youth; Composed upon Westminster Bridge; 'Methought
I saw the footsteps of a throne'; 'The world is too much with us'; 'It is
a beauteous evening, calm and free'; 'I grieved for Buonaparte'; On the
Extinction of the Venetian Republic; To Toussaint L'Ouverture; September,
1802 ('Inland, within a hollow vale'); Thought of a Briton on the
Subjugation of Switzerland; Written in London, September, 1802; London,
1802; 'Great men have been among us'; 'There is a bondage which is worse
to bear'; The Solitary Reaper; Stepping Westward; To a Highland Girl; To
a Butterfly; 'My heart leaps up'; 'I wandered lonely as a cloud'; To the
Cuckoo; To a Butterfly; Star Gazers; A Complaint; 'I am not one who much
or oft delight'; Lines Composed at Grasmere; Elegiac Stanzas; Ode:
Intimations of Immortality; St Paul's. From Poems, 1815: Characterists of
a Child three years old; 'Surprised by joy, impatient as the wind';
Yarrow Visited; 'Say, what is honor?'; 'The power of armies is a visible
thing'. Peter Bell, A Tale in Verse. Later Poems: Sequel to ['Beggars'];
Ode, Composed upon an Evening of Extraordinary Splendour and Beauty;
'Hopes, what are they?'; The River Duddon: Afterthought; Mutability;
Steamboats, Viaducts, and Railways; Extempore Effusion upon the Death of
James Hogg; November, 1836.

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