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Thu Oct 16 17:58:58 2014 UTClccn-n790065950.14The grave tattoo /0.420.77Poems of Wordsworth /35723133William_Wordsworthn 79006595240731949603Varḍsavartha Viliyama 1770-1850William WordsworthWœ̄tsawœ̄t, Winlīam 1770-1850Wordsworth.Wordsworth 1770-1850Wordsworth, W.Wordsworth, W. 1770-1850Wordsworth, W. (William), 1770-1850Wurdzwurth, Wilyam 1770-1850Вордсворт, Вильям 1770-1850Вордсворт, Уильям 1770-1850Уордсуорт, Уильям 1770-1850וורדסוורת, וילים 1770-1850وردزورث، وليموليم وردزورث، 1770-1850ワーズワースlccn-n78095462Coleridge, Samuel Taylor1772-1834dtelccn-n80025953Wordsworth, Dorothy1771-1855inslccn-n80035884Keats, John1795-1821lccn-n79054060Shelley, Percy Bysshe1792-1822lyrlccn-n50042178De Selincourt, Ernest1870-1943auiothpfredtlccn-n81037236Curtis, Jared R.1936-edtlccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lbtlccn-n50049925Owen, W. J. B.(Warwick Jack Burgoyne)othedtlccn-n80034213Hartman, Geoffrey H.edtlccn-n78095532Milton, John1608-1674Wordsworth, William1770-1850Criticism, interpretation, etcPoetryBiographyBibliographyHandbooks, manuals, etcPortraitsHistoryPictorial worksWordsworth, William,English poetryRomanticismGreat BritainColeridge, Samuel Taylor,EnglandPoets, EnglishEnglish literatureShakespeare, William,PsychologyPoetry--AuthorshipPoets--PsychologyPoetry--Psychological aspectsPoetryWordsworth, Dorothy,Christian, Fletcher,ManuscriptsTreasure trovesPolitical and social viewsLiterature and historyCriticism and interpretationSmith, Charlotte,Clare, John,Pater, Walter,Tolstoy, Leo,--graf,Epiphanies in literatureBrowning, Elizabeth Barrett,Prelude (Wordsworth, William)Self in literaturePsychology in literatureIntrospection in literatureHamlet (Legendary character)ExaminationsPower (Social sciences) in literatureSex (Psychology) in literatureMasculinity in literatureKeats, John,English poetry--Male authorsMen in literatureReligion and literatureReligious poetry, EnglishReligionTranscendence (Philosophy) in literatureWomen and literatureFeminism and literatureGrief in literatureMourning customs in literatureLiterature and societyCommunities in literatureElegiac poetry, English17701850178717931795179617971798179918001801180218031804180518061807180818091810181118121813181418151816181718181819182018211822182318241825182618271828182918301831183218331834183518361837183818391840184118421843184418451846184718481849185018511852185318541855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014402611655516906821.7PR5850ocn030003284ocn018207731ocn041070842ocn780955614ocn044004686ocn027703961ocn063553110ocn186378000ocn658822012ocn063553524ocn658876184ocn834963647ocn001244271ocn742460595ocn016575297ocn444070847ocn780759834ocn755158768ocn454264200ocn450556901ocn439167951ocn833230258ocn697273771ocn697273439ocn697273415ocn697273390ocn697273552ocn697273051ocn697273703ocn697273058ocn697273127ocn185160524ocn725310870ocn185160519ocn185674858ocn612796668ocn842990598ocn842990602ocn697273058ocn697273471ocn697273560ocn697273535Poets, English70551143ocn008109884book18000.56Wordsworth, WilliamThe poetical works of William WordsworthCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBibliographyPoetryPortraitsThis edition of Wordsworth's poems contains every piece of verse known to have been published by the poet himself, or of which he authorized the posthumous publication. The text, which Thomas Hutchinson based largely upon the 1849-50 standard edition, the last issued during the poet's lifetime, was revised in 1936 for the Oxford Standard Authors series by Ernest de Selincourt+-+17056374653242897178ocn001723402book18320.31Wordsworth, WilliamThe complete poetical works of WordsworthBibliographyIncluded in this edition are: the latest text adopted by the poet; the chronological order of the poems; the date of composition and that of publication of each poem; the essays and prefaces on poetry written between 1800 and 1845; a body of notes which Wordsworth printed in his various editions; notes revealing the time, place, occasion, and circumstance out of which each poem had its origin, and much more+-+61508639052841222ocn000822869book18580.28Wordsworth, WilliamSelected poems and prefacesCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryCollects poems by William Wordsworth, including "Lucy Gray; or, Solitude", "Tintern Abbey," and "Composed upon Westminster Bridge."+-+87997959652395177ocn000711077book18070.39Wordsworth, WilliamPoemsPoetryPoet of nature and of revolution, of everyday life and lofty ideals, William Wordsworth overthrew the poetic conventions of his day and still speaks to ours. Elinor Parker has chosen for this volume poems which reveal Wordsworth's devotion to his principles and his skill in their execution+-+K4189942152159116ocn049295019file18150.33Wordsworth, WilliamPoems of William WordsworthPoetryPictorial worksThe poems in this volume are taken from the whole range of Wordsworth's work and include his verse about topical events as well as about the rustic life1962147ocn071427508book18000.53Wordsworth, WilliamLyrical balladsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBallads of Wordsworth and Coleridge+-+4515930596191962ocn003036957book19500.30Wordsworth, WilliamSelected poetryWordsworth's verse declares a belief in the power of poetry to teach by appealing to the imagination and to the 'grand elementary principle of pleasure, by which man knows, and feels, and lives, and moves'. His unique relationship with the poet and political activist Samuel Taylor Coleridge, formed in the political and social ferment of the 1790s, produced a revolution in literature, resulting in the joint volume, Lyrical Ballads (1798-1805) - a landmark in the history of English Romanticism. This selection, chosen from the Oxford Authors critical edition, includes all Wordsworth's finest lyrics, and a large sample of The Prelude (1805), his extraordinary autobiographical poem in blank verse and the first truly great achievement of a new era in English poetry+-+K6113059651633131ocn000285455book10380.70Wordsworth, WilliamThe prelude; or, Growth of a poet's mindPoetryWilliam Wordsworth's autobiographical masterpiece The Prelude, or, Growth of a Poet's Mind was written between 1798 and 1805. As Wordsworth himself appreciated, it was a thing unprecedented in literary history that a man should talk so much about himself. But his revolutionary work was not published ; it was merely prefatory to a projected magnum opus and just as he had revised whilst writing, so almost immediately he began to amend the thirteen-book Prelude. At the time of his death in April 1850 there were fourteen books, of which no fair, definitive copy existed: it fell to his executors to finalise the text which was published posthumously in July 1850 and which this edition accurately reproduces without editorial emendation. Twentieth-century editors of alternative versions have questioned the merits of many of Wordsworth's "improvements", but the 1850 text remains a literary landmark, the form in which arguably his greatest work was first known+-+K925637465154451ocn000849659book18760.59Wordsworth, WilliamThe prose works of William Wordsworth+-+57392819361457136ocn000103015book18980.66Wordsworth, WilliamLyrical ballads, 1798Criticism, interpretation, etcLyrical Ballads, with a Few Other Poems is a collection of poems by William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, first published in 1798 and generally considered to have marked the beginning of the English Romantic movement in literature. The immediate effect on critics was modest, but it became and remains a landmark, changing the course of English literature and poetry+-+8155664465324137186ocn069483477book17980.63Wordsworth, WilliamLyrical ballads : with a few other poems+-+3719795965133736ocn649909672file19840.33Wordsworth, WilliamWilliam Wordsworth : a lifeCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyHandbooks, manuals, etcWilliam Wordsworth's poem 'The Prelude' is a fascinating work, both as an autobiography and as a fragment of historical evidence from the revolutionary and post-revolutionary years. This volume gathers together 13 essays on 'The Prelude', and is useful as a companion for students and general readers of Wordsworth's greatest poem+-+3613874465106575ocn003128996book19320.53Wordsworth, WilliamThe prelude, or, Growth of a poet's mind (text of 1805)Poetry+-+K92563746510041ocn743226199file20080.35Wordsworth, WilliamThe prose works of William WordsworthCriticism, interpretation, etcA searchable edition of this long out-of-print work. Volume 1 of the Prose Works contains Early Prose Fragments, A Letter to the Bishop of Llandaff, Preface to The Borderers, Conversations with Klopstock, Essay on Morals, The Advertisement and Preface to+-+375551293632497048ocn052086145book18870.26Wordsworth, WilliamWilliam WordsworthCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPoetryAn illustrated collection of nineteen popular poems by William Wordsworth, who was the poet laureate of England in the mid-nineteenth century. Includes an introduction to the poet's life and work+-+722734153596518ocn001516724book19090.26Eliot, Charles WilliamPrefaces and prologues to famous books, with introductions, notes and illustrationsCriticism, interpretation, etcBook prefaces, dedications, introductions, etc., by William Caxton, John Calvin, Sir Walter Raleigh, Francis Bacon, John Dryden, Samuel Johnson, William Wordsworth, Victor Hugo and Hippolyte Taine, among others+-+3746361125932116ocn000396022book18790.77Wordsworth, WilliamPoems of Wordsworth+-+642880189687615ocn005007309book19790.37Wordsworth, WilliamThe prelude, 1799, 1805, 1850 : authoritative texts, context and reception, recent critical essaysPoetryContains three versions of William Wordsworth's poem about "the growth of a poet's mind," featuring the annotated texts of the 1805 and 1850 editions on parallel pages, and including the 1799 two-part version of the poem+-+K62545848585977ocn002509166book19210.50Wordsworth, WilliamPoetry and proseCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography85416ocn002136998book19170.56Wordsworth, WilliamThe prelude, 1798-1799Poetry+-+2903596535292712ocn017983425book19840.33Wordsworth, WilliamWilliam Wordsworth : a lifeCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyHandbooks, manuals, etcWilliam Wordsworth's poem 'The Prelude' is a fascinating work, both as an autobiography and as a fragment of historical evidence from the revolutionary and post-revolutionary years. This volume gathers together 13 essays on 'The Prelude', and is useful as a companion for students and general readers of Wordsworth's greatest poem+-+1888637465324262525ocn080970120book20060.14McDermid, ValThe grave tattooFictionManuscriptsPsychological fictionThe discovery of strangely tattooed body in a bog gives rise to rumors regarding William Wordsworth's ties to the infamous Fletcher Christian, as Wordsworth specialist Jane Gresham searches for a manuscript that could hold the key to the historical mystery+-+1674887685227610ocn000251973book19710.27Noyes, RussellWilliam WordsworthCriticism, interpretation, etcA critical study of the poet's most enduring works and a general background of his life and artistic career+-+075522053532420304ocn042856403file19990.33Zimmerman, Sarah MacKenzieRomanticism, lyricism, and historyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Arguing against a persistent view of Romantic lyricism as an inherently introspective mode, this book examines how Charlotte Smith, William Wordsworth, and John Clare recognized end employed the mode's immense capacity for engaging reading audiences in reflections both personal and social. Zimmerman focuses new attention on the Romantic lyric's audiences--not the silent, passive auditor of canonical paradigms, but historical readers and critics who can tell us more than we have asked about the mode's rhetorical possibilities. She situates poems within the specific circumstances of their production and consumption, including the aftermath in England of the French Revolution, rural poverty, the processes of parliamentary enclosure, the biographical contours of poet's careers, and the myriad exchanges among poets, patrons, publishers, critics, and readers in the literary marketplace. Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET+-+6456996425198414ocn011727353book19850.26Bloom, HaroldWilliam WordsworthCriticism, interpretation, etcA representive selection of literary criticism published since 1950 on the work of Wordsworth. Arranged in the chronological order of publication+-+986190223519103ocn043476293file19970.37Bidney, MartinPatterns of epiphany from Wordsworth to Tolstoy, Pater, and Barrett BrowningCriticism, interpretation, etcBidney, then, first identifies each author's paradigm epiphany, finding that both the Romantics and the Victorians often label such a paradigm as a vision or dream, thereby indicating its exceptional intensity, mystery, and expansiveness. Once he identifies the paradigm and shows how it structured, he traces occurrences of each writer's epiphany pattern, thus providing an inclusive epiphanic portrait that enables him to identify epiphanies in each writer's other works. Finally, he explores the implications of his analysis for other literary approaches: psychoanalytical, feminist, influence-oriented or intertextual, and New Historical+-+0166784535188737ocn000243571book18970.59Wordsworth, DorothyJournals of Dorothy WordsworthBiographyDiaries183715ocn000364202book19640.47Hartman, Geoffrey HWordsworth's poetry, 1787-1814Criticism, interpretation, etc18005ocn056416133file20010.47Waldoff, LeonWordsworth in his major lyrics the art and psychology of self-representationCriticism, interpretation, etc"Wordsworth in His Major Lyrics explores the identity, role, and subjectivity of the speaker in Wordsworth's finest and best-known longer lyrics - "Tintern Abbey," "Resolution and Independence," "Ode: Intimations of Immortality," and "Elegiac Stanzas." Because Wordsworth is the most autobiographical poet of the Romantic period, and perhaps in the English language, readers naturally take the speaker to be the poet himself or, as Wordsworth says in his prefaces and essays, "the poet in his own person."" "In a series of close readings that provide formalistic and psychological analysis, the book shows that the major lyrics contain compelling evidence that Wordsworth devoted much of his poetic art to each speaker's act of self-dramatization. The various strategies that each speaker employs and the self-dramatizing character of his utterance are theorized and assimilated into an understanding of the subjectivity he represents." "Waldoff concludes that Wordsworth's lyrical "I" requires a conception of subjectivity that gives greater recognition to its individual, psychological dimensions and to the art of self-representation in each poem than recent Wordsworth criticism has provided. This work will be appreciated by anyone interested in Wordsworth or in Romantic poetry."--BOOK JACKET+-+947867173517682ocn044962320file19860.35Greenberg, MartinThe Hamlet vocation of Coleridge and WordsworthCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography175946ocn000328718book19090.50Bradley, A. COxford lectures on poetryCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryFor contents, see Author Catalog17202ocn000340494book19720.29Abrams, M. HWordsworth: a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc16563ocn044964148file19990.24William Wordsworth comprehensive research and study guideCriticism, interpretation, etcHandbooks, manuals, etcStudy guidesProvides thematic analysis and critical views on "The prelude," "Tintern Abby," the Lyrical ballads, and "The ruined cottage."+-+096605642516443ocn044959222file19960.39Watkins, Daniel PSexual power in British romantic poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc16355ocn056479748file20030.47Barth, J. RobertRomanticism and transcendence Wordsworth, Coleridge, and the religious imaginationHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Grounded in the thought of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Romanticism and Transcendence explores the religious dimensions of imagination in the Romantic tradition, both theoretically and in the poetry of Wordsworth and Coleridge. J. Robert Barth suggests that we may look to Coleridge for the theoretical grounding of the view of religious imagination proposed in this book, but that it is in Wordsworth above all that we see this imagination at work."--BOOK JACKET+-+8809671735161311ocn045733803file19940.37Page, Judith WWordsworth and the cultivation of womenHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFocusing on the poems of Wordsworth's "Great Decade," feminist critics have tended to see Wordsworth as an exploiter of women and "feminine" perspectives. In this original and provocative book, Judith Page examines works from throughout Wordsworth's long career to offer a more nuanced feminist account of the poet's values. She asks questions about Wordsworth and women from the point of view of the women themselves and of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century culture. Making extensive use of family letters, journals, and other documents, as well as unpublished material by the poet's daughter Dora Wordsworth, Page presents Wordsworth as a poet not defined primarily by egotistical sublimity but by his complicated and conflicted endorsement of domesticity and familial life+-+8849355705324156831ocn000364222book19100.59Harper, George McLeanWilliam Wordsworth, his life, works, and influenceCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography15564ocn057758999file20040.47Fosso, KurtBuried communities Wordsworth and the bonds of mourningHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Kurt Fosso's Buried Communities analyzes the social relationship between mourning and community in William Wordsworth's writings from 1785 to 1814. Buried Communities situates Wordsworth as a reformist during a time of social and political crisis, for whom mourning promised to bind together his disaffected countrymen and disjointed world. With its sociological vantage and strong commitment to historical explanation, the book illuminates an important, previously unseen vista for understanding this Romantic poet's representations of death and grief and significantly reframes the cultural dynamics of the Romantic period in Britain."--Jacket+-+940409642515054ocn129513040file20060.50Rosen, DavidPower, plain English, and the rise of modern poetryCriticism, interpretation, etcThis account of modern poetry presents a revisionist view of its' relation to Romanticism. As British poets from Wordsworth to Auden strived to present themselves both as persons of power and moral voices in their communities the rifts between plain English and their own ambitions became more difficult to reconcil+-+K625565585149616ocn000285433book19570.50Moorman, Mary TrevelyanWilliam Wordsworth, a biographyHistoryBiography+-+3613874465+-+3613874465Thu Oct 16 15:23:55 EDT 2014batch262145