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Dorothy Wordsworth, A Longman Cultural Edition

By Dorothy Wordsworth, Susan Levin

Published by Pearson

Published Date: Feb 26, 2008


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




Table of Dates




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






            Money and Distance


            Descriptions of Dorothy Wordsworth


            Life in the Wordsworth Household


            Literary Contexts


            Viewing the World: The Picturesque and Travel


            Social and Political


Further Study

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