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Examples from the Web for wordsworth
I rush from the boat races to the Rugby field and from there to a date with a Bengalese beauty who lectures on Wordsworth.
At any rate, it invites the complaint that Byron made to Wordsworth: “I wish he would explain his Explanation.”
I want to read Keats and Wordsworth, Hemingway, George Orwell.
By the time Browning has been dead as long as Wordsworth, I do not think anyone will be found to make these remarks.An Introduction to the Study of Browning|Arthur Symons
Wordsworth, until he began the Ecclesiastical Sonnets, was betrayed by his "penchant for paradox."
The first question which we naturally ask about Wordsworth's corrections is this: Were they improvements?The Galaxy|Various
I feel that I cannot too strongly press Wordsworth's criticism upon you.Literary Taste: How to Form It|Arnold Bennett
Wordsworth says that 'we live by admiration, joy, and love.'Prose Fancies|Richard Le Gallienne