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We may remember Wordsworth’s warning, from "The Tables Turned" (1798), that "our meddling intellect / Misshapes the beauteous forms of things: — / We murder to dissect." But in "The Age of Wonder,".

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Up! up! my Friend, and quit your (note)books (and tablets); Or surely you’ll grow double (visioned).. – With apologies to William Wordsworth from his poem, The Tables Turned. From time to time.

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Those grieving the loss of a loved one have found that hot tea can seep into places that, to quote poet William Wordsworth, "do often lie too. afternoon tea is an elaborate affair served on a tea.

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Since Wordsworth, at least, poetry has tried to conserve the memory of particular places, which return to please the "inward eye". Kenneth Baker begins his introduction to The Faber Book of Landscape.

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I think that William Wordsworth knew the half of it. I don’t mean that it sucks a pencil and comes up with well-turned phrases. No, it physically writes a letter in fountain pen and ink on nice.

I have been to many homes of Western writers, like Johann Goethe’s in Frankfurt, John Keat’s in North London and William.

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Jorge Luis Borges turned his progressive blindness into a strength. For most of us with ordinary lives and everyday tragedies, profundity can come with time. William Wordsworth, whose poetry.

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