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William Wordsworth Primary Sources

Historical documents. What clues can you gather about William Wordsworth, the time, place, players, and culture?

The Complete Poetical Works

Bartleby's collection of Wordsworth's poems.

Prefaces and Prologues

Wordsworth's prose.

Lyrical Ballads

E-text of Wordsworth and Coleridge's masterpiece.

"Tintern Abbey"

Text of the poem.

"Ode: Intimations of Immortality"

Text of the poem.

"The World Is Too Much With Us"

Text of the poem.

Grasmere Journals

The entry of Dorothy Wordsworth's diary that inspired the poem "Daffodils."

"Dull and Heavy"

An 1897 New York Times article on Wordsworth.

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