William and Dorothy Wordsworth
It is commonly thought that Wordsworth found his muse in solitude, but it is now recognised that William, and his sister Dorothy, were major influences on each other’s work.
This book contains many of William’s well known poems as well as a prose piece taken from “Guide through the District of Lakes”. These are juxtaposed with extracts from Dorothy Wordsworth’s “Recollection of a Trip Made in Scotland, AD 1803”.
The poetry and prose of the Wordsworths are an essential part of the literature of wild places. This selection will bring huge pleasure to both new and old readers.
Paperback; 177 x 105mm
Some black and white illustrations