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1601. Breaking Away: Coleridge in Scotland
Carol Kyros Walker (ed)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge set out on a tour of Scotland with William and Dorothy Wordsworth in the summer of 1803. This volume draws on Coleridges letters and notebooks to look at his travels with the Wordsworths and to record and photograph the journey . . . more
Published by: Yale University Press Format: Hardback.
1602. Coleridge and Wordsworth: Travels in the West Country
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Published by: Sutton Publishing Format: Paperback.
1603. Coleridge, Wordsworth and the Language of Allusion
In this study of two creative minds, the author offers a version of the Coleridge-Wordsworth interaction during its most crucial years: 1797-1807. . . . more
Published by: Oxford Format: Paperback.
1604. The Politics of Nature: William Wordsworth and some contemporaries
Taking into account developments in historical and ecological criticism, and incorporating fresh research into poetry and politics in the 1790s, this second edition enlarges and updates Roes study of Romanticism. . . . more
Published by: Palgrave Format: Paperback.
1605. A Description of the Lakes 1822
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Published by: Woodstock Format: Paperback.
1606. Wordsworth: An Inner Life
This original study investigates the impact of Wordsworths formative years on his poetry and integrates it into a critical account of how his art developed from 1787 to 1813. . . . more
Published by: Blackwell Format: Paperback.
1607. The Register of John Kirkby, Bishop of Carlisle 1332-1352
R.L. Storey (ed)
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Published by: Canterbury and York Format: Hardback.
1608. The Lower Wetlands of Cumbria
D. Hodgkinson; E. Huckerby; R. Middleton; C. Wells
This volume details the results of archaeological and palaeoecological survey carried out in Cumbria between 1991 and 1997. The study encompasses all types of peatland, from large raised and flooplain mires to the many small basin mires in the county. . . . more
Published by: Oxford Arch North Format: Paperback.
1609. Thomas Denton: A Perambulation of Cumberland 1687-8
Angus Winchester; Mary Wane (eds)
This is the most detailed surviving description of Cumberland in the 17th century. It includes contemporary detail for almost every parish and township in the county, concerning land tenure, estate valuations, population estimates, descriptions of . . . more
Published by: Boydell Press Format: Hardback.
1610. Observations on Cumberland and Westmoreland (1786)
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Published by: Woodstock Books Format: Hardback.
1611. Elizabethan Keswick
A facsimile edition of a very scarce book which was virtually unobtainable for a quarter of a century. The translation tells, in minute detail, the everyday comings and goings of the German miners working in Keswick in the sixteenth century. . . . more
Published by: Michael Moon Format: Hardback.
1612. From the High Pennines
The story of an Alderson family from the 17th century to the dawn of the 21st, embracing Bellairs, Bradshaw-Isherwood, Mackenzie, Hodgson and Bland. . . . more
Published by: Hayloft Format: Paperback.
1613. Herdwick Country Cook Book: Heritage, Walks and Recipes
Hugh Southgate; Therese Southgate
This unique book takes the reader to the heart of the Lake District and its traditions. Along with a detailed history of Herdwick sheep, there is also an extended section featuring many recipes which use traditional ingredients including Herdwick lamb. . . . more
Published by: Hayloft Format: Large paperback.
1614. The Oaken Myths of Post - Conquest Britain: Symbolic Carvings from 1066
Thirlie Grundy has taken a direct approach in answering previously unanswered questions about medieval carvings and their origins. The book is illustrated throughout with Thirlies own line drawings of the carvings, which show each one in clear detail. . . . more
Published by: P3 Publications Format: Paperback.
1615. 40 Years on Morecambe Bay
From modest beginnings, Cedric Robinsons cross-Bay walks have become internationally famous. Almost 400,000 people have now crossed under his expert guidance, many of them on sponsered walks raising money for charity. . . . more
Published by: Great Northern Format: Large paperback.
1616. Children of the Pits: Child Labour and Child Fatality in the Coal Mines of Whitehaven & District
A poignant history of the children employed in local pits, their job descriptions, their homes, the mining community, and the disasters which killed many of them. . . . more
Published by: The Friends of Whitehaven Museum Format: Paperback.
1617. Old Wigton
A collection of old photographs, some dating back to the late 19th century. From the swimming baths to the schools, this is a fascinating insight into the market town. . . . more
Published by: Stenlake Publishing Format: Large paperback.
1618. She Was Loved: Memories of Beatrix Potter
Josefina de Vasconcellos
Josefina de Vasconcellos gives a fascinating insight into her great friendship with Beatrix Potter. Accompanying the text are works by Beatrix Potter herself, including previously unpublished paintings and a series of nature drawings from the Armitt Trust . . . more
Published by: Titus Wilson Format: Large paperback.
1619. All-Terrain Pushchair Walks: North Lakeland
Ruth & Richard Irons
A completely original concept, the first book to exploit the potential of the new breed of all-terrain pushchairs (ATPs). Packed with sensible advice and specifically designed for ATPs, to enable parents and young children to escape into the wide open . . . more
Published by: Sigma Leisure Format: Paperback.
1620. The Wordsworths and the Daffodils
Pamela Woof: Madeline Harley
A study of the famous and much loved poem by Wordsworth, from its shaky beginnings in 1807, to the critically acclaimed masterpiece it is today. . . . more
Published by: The Wordsworth Trust Format: Paperback.
1621. A Place in England
Joseph Tallentire has hope and ambition - like his father before him he is determined to make something of himself and improve his lot. But life is not easy for an uneducated young man in Cumberland before and during World War II. . . . more
Published by: Sceptre Format: Paperback.
1622. Scrambles & Easy Climbs in the Lake District
Jon Sparks; Judith Brown
This book is about the appreciation of rock, the exhilaration of climbing, and the sheer pleasure of doing it in the beautiful Lake Districts rocky places. With 69 routes, from scrambling Grade 1 to rock-climbing V.Diff. . . . more
Published by: Grey Stone Books Format: Small paperback.
1623. National Trail - Hadrian's Wall Path XT40
A detailed waterproof map, half the weight of a conventional laminated version, which shows the location of all the visible remains of the Wall, its associated structures (forts, milecastles and turrets) and the Vallum. It can also be used with GPS. . . . more
Published by: Harvey Format: Folded waterproof (polyethylene) map
1624. The Mine Explorer volume 5
A collection of writings by members of the charity. . . . more
Published by: Cumbria Amenity Trust Mining History Society Format: Paperback.
1625. Glory is no Compensation
In this compelling and meticuously researched chronicle, using the first-hand accounts of the men who were there, May provides the pre-war history of the two Battalions, and their fortunes throughout the Gallipoli campaign. . . . more
Published by: Border Regiment Museum/Silver Link Format: Large hardback.
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