Dorothy Wordsworth /
Critics and biographers have too often regarded Dorothy Wordsworth as a mere adjunct to her brother William, or to their mutual friend Samuel Coleridge. The importance of her famous Journals and other writings, it is usually assumed, lies in what they tell us of those poets and their work. This thou...
|Published:||Oxford [Oxfordshire] : Clarendon Press, 1985.|
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