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William Wordsworth (Author) William Wordsworth was born in the Lake District in April 1770, and died there eighty years later on 23 April 1850. In his youth Wordsworth experienced the French Revolution first hand and spent his twenties wandering throughout Europe. In 1794 Wordsworth met Samuel Taylor Coleridge with whom he wrote Lyrical Ballads in 1798 and to whom he addressed his epic work, The Prelude. Wordsworth gradually established himself as the great poet of the Romantic period and in 1843 he became Poet Laureate. Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Author) Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) was…mehr

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William Wordsworth (Author) William Wordsworth was born in the Lake District in April 1770, and died there eighty years later on 23 April 1850. In his youth Wordsworth experienced the French Revolution first hand and spent his twenties wandering throughout Europe. In 1794 Wordsworth met Samuel Taylor Coleridge with whom he wrote Lyrical Ballads in 1798 and to whom he addressed his epic work, The Prelude. Wordsworth gradually established himself as the great poet of the Romantic period and in 1843 he became Poet Laureate. Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Author) Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) was an English poet, philosopher and literary critic. Born in Ottery St Mary, Coleridge was educated at Christ's Hospital School, London where he began his friendship with Charles Lamb and began writing his first sonnets. With his friend William Wordsworth, Coleridge founded the Romantic Movement and became a member of the Lake Poets. In 1798 they co-wrote Lyrical Ballads, a landmark collection of poems that marked the beginning of Romanticism in English literature. The collection includes his greatest poem 'The Rime of the Ancient Marnier'.
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  • Penguin Clothbound Poetry
  • Verlag: Penguin Books Ltd
  • Seitenzahl: 144
  • Erscheinungstermin: 24. August 2017
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 188mm x 116mm x 20mm
  • Gewicht: 196g
  • ISBN-13: 9780241303108
  • ISBN-10: 0241303109
  • Artikelnr.: 48001523
Autorenporträt
William Wordsworth (Author) William Wordsworth was born in the Lake District in April 1770, and died there eighty years later on 23 April 1850. In his youth Wordsworth experienced the French Revolution first hand and spent his twenties wandering throughout Europe. In 1794 Wordsworth met Samuel Taylor Coleridge with whom he wrote Lyrical Ballads in 1798 and to whom he addressed his epic work, The Prelude. Wordsworth gradually established himself as the great poet of the Romantic period and in 1843 he became Poet Laureate. Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Author) Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) was an English poet, philosopher and literary critic. Born in Ottery St Mary, Coleridge was educated at Christ's Hospital School, London where he began his friendship with Charles Lamb and began writing his first sonnets. With his friend William Wordsworth, Coleridge founded the Romantic Movement and became a member of the Lake Poets. In 1798 they co-wrote Lyrical Ballads, a landmark collection of poems that marked the beginning of Romanticism in English literature. The collection includes his greatest poem 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner'.
Inhaltsangabe
Lyrical Ballads.  Preface to the Routledge Classics edition by Nicholas Roe.  Foreword.  Foreword to the 1991 Edition.  A Selected Bibliography and List of Abbreviations.  Introduction.  Lyrical Ballads, 1798.  Advertisement.  Poems.  Lyrical Ballads, 1800.  Love.  Poems, Volume II.  Preface 1800 Version (with 1802 Variants).  Notes to the Poems.  Appendix A: Text of Lewti; or, the Circassian Love-Chant.  Appendix B: Wordsworth's Appendix on Poetic Diction from 1802 edition of Lyrical Ballads.  Appendix C: Some Contemporary Criticism of Lyrical Ballads.  Index of Titles.  Index of First Lines.
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'Must have come on like punk rock to a public groaning under the weight of over-cooked Augustanisms.' - The Guardian
'Must have come on like punk rock to a public groaning under the weight of over-cooked Augustanisms.' - The Guardian