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First published in 1881, this biography explores the work of William Wordsworth (1770–1850). Arguing that Wordsworth's poems marked the transition from neoclassicism to romanticism in English verse, it reveals how his profound imagination and thought characterised the romantic era, and made a major contribution to English literary history. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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Celtic Researches, On The Origin, Traditions & Language, Of The Ancient Britons: With Some Introductory Sketches, On Primitive Society