Professor Dowden printed the middle paragraph of this letter.
To this last there is an admirable introduction by Professor Dowden.
For a full and most interesting discussion see Dowden's essay.
Professor Dowden, in his Life of Shelley, 1886, uses the book freely.
That is, "love kills and keeps alive, is a bane and an antidote" (Dowden).
Utter, express; or "'to sound as with a plummet' is possible" (Dowden).
Dowden's Selections from Wordsworth is the best of many such collections.
"Just go and see if there are many left in the Prep.," said Captain Dowden to his orderly.
I went into the library, and there sat Dowden contemplatively playing bridge with two of the elderly ladies and Miss Apperthwaite.
I wish I had known the subject was embarrassing or unpleasant to Mr. Dowden.