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The World is too Much with Us

The World is too Much with Us


by William Wordsworth

The World is too Much with Us Resources


Victorian Web

This is the Victorian Web's page for Wordsworth, which includes great information on Wordsworth, the Romantic movement, and much more.

Wordsworth's Poetical Works

A complete, free collection of Wordsworth's poems.


Wordsworth and Coleridge
A clip from a movie made about Wordsworth and Coleridge.


"The World is too Much with Us"
A British guy reading the poem.



Wordsworth looking really dignified as an old man.

The Lake District

Aerial view of a part of the Lake District where Wordsworth was from.

More Lake District

Grasmere, where Wordsworth spent a lot of time.

Wordsworth's House

Home to the poet for the last thirty years of his life.

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