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Dorothy Wordsworth, A Longman Cultural Edition

By Dorothy Wordsworth, Susan Levin

Published by Pearson

Published Date: Feb 26, 2008

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From Longman's Cultural Editions series, Dorothy Wordsworth, edited by internationally acclaimed expert Susan Levin, is the first to present Wordsworth’s writing in a single volume representing all genres to attract her pen.  She emerges as a journalist, poet, traveler, social activist, and crucial presence in the Wordsworth household.      

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations

 

About Longman Cultural Editions

 

About this Edition

 

Introduction

 

Table of Dates

 

Texts

 

The Alfoxden Notebook

 

From: Journal of Days Spent in Hamburgh

 

From: The Grasmere Journal

 

Recollections of a Tour Made in Scotland A.D. 1803

 

Mary Jones and her Pet-Lamb

 

Narrative Concerning George and Sarah Green

 

From: Tour on the Continent 1820

 

Journals 1824-1835

 

Collected Poems

 

Letters

 

Contexts

 

            Money and Distance

 

            Descriptions of Dorothy Wordsworth

 

            Life in the Wordsworth Household

 

            Literary Contexts

 

            Viewing the World: The Picturesque and Travel

 

            Social and Political

 

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