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My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold

My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold


by William Wordsworth

My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold Resources


Words Worth Reading on Poets.org

Check out his biography, poems, and more!

Wordsworth on Bartleby

Read his complete poetry.

Wordsworth Trust

Trust us, this British website has tons of good info.


Pearls of Wisdom

Here's some pretty slick animation to go with this poem.

What's Up, Doc?

Here's a great documentary (part 1 of 5) on the life of our man, W.W.


Check out another Wordsworth pro-nature poem, called "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud." It's read by a richly-voiced English fellow.

M.C. Nuts

YouTube! You've done it again. Check out this rap tribute to Wordsworth, delivered by a dude in a squirrel costume. Really. We can't make this stuff up.


Wordsworth in Your Ears

Check out some audio books available for purchase.

Librivox W.W.

Here's a veritable slew, a slew we tell you, of Wordsworth's work, recorded and available (for free!) on Libravox.


Deep Thoughts, by William Wordsworth

Ever notice how thinking deeply and having a headache sort of look the same?

More Thinking

Either that, or Wordsworth has just picked some food out of his teeth.

Wordsworth in Nature

This painting shows him right where he loved to be.

Wordsworth's Grave

A picture of Wordsworth's grave, which he shared with his wife.

Articles and Interviews

William Wordsworth: Master Manipulator

Here's an article that explores the dark side of Wordsworth's property management.


Here's a whole book that collects interviews with, and impressions of, our man Wordsy.


Major Works

Wordsworth's major works can be found on Amazon, complete with Look Inside function!

Collected Poems

Get the minor works, too, in this book that collects all of Wordsworth's poems.

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