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Grasmere 2012: Selected Papers from the Wordsworth Summer Conference By Richard Gravil
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In this selection of twelve specially chosen Lectures and Papers from the 41st Wordsworth Summer Conference, Heather Glen writes on 'We are Seven' in the context of population studies in the 1790s,... More > Judith W. Page on Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth, Anthony Harding on the Reading Public, Pamela Woof and Suzanne Stewart on Dorothy Wordsworth's writing, Peter Swaab on Sara Coleridge's criticism of Wordsworth, Heidi Thomson on Wordworth and Auden, Judyta Frodyma on Bishop Lowth and 'Home at Grasmere', Stacey McDowell on Keats and Indolence, Catherine Redford on 'The Last Man' and Romantic Archaeology, Paul Whickman on Shelley's revisions, and Jason Goldsmith on 'picturesque travel, or viewing landscape by painting it. There are 13 monochrome illustrations (full colour in the PDF version from Humanities-Ebooks).< Less
Grasmere, 2011 By Richard Gravil
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This Selection from the 40th Wordsworth Summer Conference includes Stephen Gill on Wordsworth's 'revisitings' of his poems, Ann Wroe on the bicentenary of Shelley's 'Necessity of Atheism', Mark J... More > Bruhn on Wordsworth's Dualism and Jacob Risinger on his Stoicism, Jessica Fay on Wordsworth's hermits and Matthew Rowney on his peripatetics, Daniel Robinson on Wordsworth's sonnets and newspaper verse, Gregory Leadbetter on the 'Lucy Poems', Madeleine Callaghan on Shelley's Idealism, Monika Class on Coleridge and Phrenology, Mary Favret on the cultural practice of 'The General Fast and Humiliation', Stacey McDowell on Keats's 'Otho the Great', Felicity James on Mary Hays and the life-writing of religious Dissent, Richard Gravil on John Thelwall's hitherto unknown analysis of the prosody of Wordsworth's Excursion. This is the fourth paperback collection from this prestigious ten-day conference, created by Richard Wordsworth in 1970, and now run by an educational charity, the Wordsworth Conference Foundation.< Less
50 Greatest Poems of Lord Byron By Lord Byron
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Lord Byron was born in Dover, England in 1788. He was one of the second generation of Romantic Poets closely associated with Keats and Shelley. Byron was considered one of the first celebrities known... More > as much for his excesses as for his poetry. Byron was born into a notorious family his father being Captain Mad Jack Byron an adventurer who squandered most of the family wealth. However he came into considerable wealth through the death of an uncle, and enjoyed a privileged education at Harrow and Cambridge. His later affair with Lady Caroline Lamb scandalised society and led to his notorious reputation as “ Mad, Bad and Dangerous to know.” His latter affairs especially with his half-sister cemented this reputation, leading to a self imposed exile in Italy and Greece where he eventually died in 1824 supporting the Greek Independence movement. His poetical output was prolific and his epics Don Juan and Childe Harold bought him critical acclaim in his life time< Less
Dharma Seeds: Extraordinary transformation from a small seed...From the depths of Folsom Prison arose a miracle… By Mark Maxey
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Faced with surmounting odds, one prisoner uses his time to embrace meditation. What happens is a life transformed and miraculous recovery. This story documents the beginnings of the Contemplative... More > Fellowship within prison walls. Experience how one can totally change their life through the practice of meditation. Journey through a 3-year autobiography of at first a tragic situation turned horrific. Through time and spiritual work, one prisoner ends up changing not only himself but thousands of others. What started at Old Folsom Prison in the early 1990's with only 5 prisoners ends up 23 years later growing to over 3000 prisoners meditating daily. Lives continue to change for the better. Making for a more compassionate world.< Less
In Search of The Swan By Gary Allen
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In Search of the Swan is one man's journey on the road to enlightenment. It is the remarkable story of an ordinary, everyday man who one day discovered he had the most amazing gifts. He found he... More > could write at extraordinary speed. It was not the speed at which he wrote which was so incredible but the source of this writing. Allen had discovered he was able to write Poetry, Philosophy and other forms of written communication from outside the realms of his understanding. If you don't believe in an after life now you will after reading this. It is a true story which will simply amaze and inspire you. Follow his journey from the tough streets of the East End of London to the greatest literary genius of all time William Shakespeare. The book contains evidence that destiny and the after life truly do exist.< Less
The Land of Song, Book III By Katherine H. Shute
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A collection of famous poems aimed at students of literature, includes Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Shakespeare, Emerson, Byron, Keats, Scott and more.
Excerpt Four. The Teaching of English Literature at Marby College. By Andrew Rice-Oxley
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These extracts from Lessons and Discoveries focus on Martin Rigby Smith's two English Literature A-Level teachers and their very different styles of teaching. One taught Wordsworth, Keats and... More > Shakespeare (Jeffers); and the other (Stuart) taught Milton and Chaucer. The impact of these authors on Martin and how, in some cases, they related to his own emotional life is also brought out. There follows an account of Martin's discovery of Shelley and how he came to read and study him untaught.< Less
Jabberfucky By Maude Spekes & Sybilia Grogan
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A parody of poetry anthologies, Jabberfucky is a romp of bawdlerized versions of best-loved poems. If you love word games, poetry, or vulgarity, Jabberfucky is sure to delight.
Old and New Masters (Illustrated) By Robert Lynd Lynd
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The book contains biographies of such great writers as Dostoevsky, Jane Austen, Chesterton, Wordsworth, Pope, Turgenev, Bernard Shaw, Thomas Hardy, Keats and others
Ancestors of the Rees Family By J. (Rees) Lear
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History of families Yewlett, Rees, Keating, Connoll, Wilkins, from New York, London, Bristol, Dublin and Cardiff. History of Glamorganshire canal.

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