4 edition of Dorothy Wordsworth, selections from the journals found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Selections from the journals of Dorothy Wordsworth.|
|Statement||edited by Paul Hamilton.|
|Series||Pickering women"s classics|
|LC Classifications||PR5849 .A8 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 191 p.|
|Number of Pages||191|
Dorothy Wordsworth (), born on Christmas Day, was sister to the poet William. They shared a home for most of their lives, after having been separated for some years while growing up. I’ve long had an appetite for reading the ‘letters of ’, but hadn’t seriously looked at journals until I read Dorothy’s. Pamela Woof’s Dorothy Wordsworth, Writer, her Wordsworth Trust booklets, and a sequence of scholarly articles, have made a signal contribution to understanding the nature of the Wordsworths’ relationship. A careful mapping of their mutual influence in and – was greatly helped by her edition of the Grasmere and Alfoxden.
A beautiful reading of a selection from the diaries of Dorothy Wordsworth. Also Includes the odd letter and poem by her brother William. side 1 side 2 side 3 side 4 The next note Dorothy makes is to explain that they have now rested under a furze brush. They seem to be near a lake, and Dorothy explains how rough the wind made the lake. In the following sentences, Dorothy takes on the common trait she portrays in her Grasmere Journals of being an observer, as though she is looking out through a window (Woof.
William married in married Mary Hutchinson, who was Dorothy's best friend. The marriage was happy but Dorothy was too hysterical to attend the wedding. When Thomas De Quincey met William there in , he also made the acquaintance with Dorothy. In the household lived also Mrs. Wordsworth, two children, and at that time one servant. Wordsworth's "exquisite sister", as Coleridge described her, was not only the cherished companion of the two poets, but also a writer who possessed a geniune poetic imagination in her own right. The journals she kept at Alfoxden, in , where her brother and Coleridge were composing the Lyrical Ballads and at Grasmere from to , when she and Wordsworth .
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Dorothy Mae Ann Wordsworth was an English poet and diarist. She was the sister of the Selections from the journals book poet William Wordsworth, and the two were close for all of their lives.
Dorothy Wordsworth did not set out to be an author, and her writings comprise a series of letters, diary entries, and short stories.4/5. Dorothy Wordsworth: Selections from the Journals (Women's Classics) [Paul Hamilton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Dorothy Wordsworth () published nothing in her lifetime, save short extracts from her journals and letters which her brother. Dorothy Wordsworth has 47 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Dorothy Wordsworth’s most popular book is Wordsworth: Poems. PREFATORY NOTE: THE Journals written by Dorothy Wordsworth, and her reminiscences of Tours made with her brother, are selections from the journals book interesting to posterity than her letters.
A few fragments from her Grasmere Journal were included by the late Bishop of Lincoln in the Memoirs of his uncle, published in /5(8). Half-title: Selections from the journals of Dorothy Wordsworth.
Description: xxxvii, pages ; 23 cm: Series Title: Pickering women's classics. Other Titles: Selections from the journals of Dorothy Wordsworth: Responsibility: edited by Paul Hamilton. PREFATORY NOTE. The Journals written by Dorothy Wordsworth, and her reminiscences of Tours made with her brother, are more interesting to posterity than her letters.
A few fragments from her Grasmere Journal were included by the late Bishop of Lincoln in the Memoirs of his uncle, published in The Recollections of a Tour made in Scotland inwere edited.
Worthen’s book concentrates on the interactions of a scattered but closely-knit community — Coleridge, Sara and Mary Hutchinson, and William and Dorothy Wordsworth — following the story of the group up until Mary’s marriage with William, and ending in mid-flow. Buy Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth by Wordsworth, Dorothy (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low /5(9). Looking for books by Dorothy Wordsworth. See all books authored by Dorothy Wordsworth, including The Grasmere and Alfoxden Journals (Oxford World's Classics), and Dorothy Wordsworth's Illustrated Lakeland Journals, and more on Full text of "Journals Of Dorothy Wordsworth Vol I" See other formats.
Wilson's new book, The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth, chronicles the intense connection between the Wordsworth siblings. Her book centers on Dorothy Wordsworth's "Grasmere Journals" — four small.
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Subjects.5/5(1). The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth. by Frances Wilson. Faber £, pp Frances Wilson has taken four small notebooks, known as The Grasmere Journals, and used them to re-examine the life of Author: Virginia Rounding.
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Paperback. 6 offers from £ William and Dorothy Wordsworth: 'All in each other' Lucy Newlyn. out of 5 stars /5(9). Get this from a library. Selections from the journals. [Dorothy Wordsworth; Paul Hamilton] -- Dorothy Wordsworth () published nothing during her lifetime, save the short extracts from her journals and letters which her brother included in.
Born in Cumberland, British Romantic poet and prose writer Dorothy Wordsworth was the third of five children. Her mother died when Wordsworth was six, and she moved to Halifax to live with her aunt. In she enrolled in Hipperholme Boarding School. When her father died inthe family’s financial situation worsened and the children were sent to live with their uncles.
Read the full-text online edition of Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth - Vol. 2 (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth. Dorothy Wordsworth, English prose writer whose Alfoxden Journal and Grasmere Journals –03 are read today for the imaginative power of their description of nature and for the light they throw on her brother, the Romantic poet William Wordsworth.
Their. William and Dorothy Wordsworth moved to Grasmere inliving in Dove Cottage until Dorothy’s journals document their quiet existence: daily walks, afternoons with mutton pies, William Author: Sian Cain. I should detest, wrote Dorothy Wordsworth, the idea of setting myself up as an author. Protesting to Lady Beaumont she explained I have not the powers which Coleridge thinks I have--I know it.
Despite her self-deprecatory words, however, the reader of Dorothy Wordsworth's letters will discover a skill with language and a power of description that rivals even the poetry of her.
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IF YOU NEED A PARTICULAR EDITION PLEASE SEND US A MESSAGE BEFORE PURCHASING SO THAT WE CAN CHECK THAT THE ONE ON OFFER IS THE ONE YOU REQUIRE. Journals of Dorothy .The Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth offer surprising dividends to the reader who turns to them in search of information about the author’s famous brother William, for Miss Wordsworth was herself.