It’s lunchtime at The Drunken Duck and there’s not an empty table in sight. stand of yew trees that inspired a poem written by William Wordsworth in 1803. Where to eat: The Kirkstile Inn.
Just like William Wordsworth, who begins his poem Daffodils. strewn with cane chairs and lined with wooden tables and a book rack. A lot of the décor had been fashioned by local wood carvers.
Those grieving the loss of a loved one have found that hot tea can seep into places that, to quote poet William Wordsworth. affair served on a tea table covered with a snowy-white tablecloth.
That preoccupation was, to put it simply, Wordsworth. More and more in the years following 1798 an increasingly anxious Coleridge turned to him for support. the most notable is “To William.
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Logan, a magpie collector drawn to everything from Wordsworth to. the largest volume on the table and said, “This is the second folio, 1632. And this”—he turned a few pages—“is.
In 1802 when William Wordsworth wrote. which overlooks a parking lot and contains a desk and conference table that appear to be the unsold orphans of some yard sale, explains: "Because.
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“A SORT of national property in which every man has a right and interest who has an eye to perceive and a heart to enjoy”, wrote William Wordsworth. Wife and I turned up not too sure.
On this day 199 years ago, Dorothy Wordsworth walked to Portinscale. in a big sky made the prospect more Turner than Venice. We turned east by a purple house that looked like a reject from.
William Wordsworth used to stroll along the lakeshore. guests gasping with its 360-degree views of London. With all tables turned towards the near-floor- to-ceiling windows, no meal is enjoyed.
Between 1968 and 1981, when he turned 13, Khiang H. “My Heart Leaps Up,” William Wordsworth famously wrote: “The Child is father of the Man […]” Wordsworth’s adage feels.
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One night, I fell into my routine of drinking alone at home, sitting at the dining room table in the dim light. breathings of your heart.” — William Wordsworth The ROI of journal writing.
Then, after her novel was turned down by some of the world’s top. "Go up Shakespeare, down Wordsworth St and into Chaucer," she tells me. The family is well known here. While her father.
One of the most popular philosophical takes on the world is romanticism. Well, traditionally romantic writers such as William Wordsworth focused on the beauty of nature, but in their day.
William E. Cain draws the conclusion. If he did not adopt Wordsworth’s repudiation of science (“We murder to dissect” [Lyrical Ballads, “The Tables Turned,” l. 28]), he was perfectly capable of.
The coloured glass, partly shattered, the piano, the stage, and the table and chair on the stage. He knew his poets (Wordsworth, de la Mare, Keats) and he knew his playwrights (especially.
There is a profoundly moving profile of Dorothy Wordsworth, the classic unselfish spinster of English letters, who, after spending a life in service to her beloved brother, William, descended into.