This magnificent edition of The Poems of William Wordsworth presents Wordsworth's verse in reading texts chosen from those offered in the twenty-one volumes of the Cornell Wordsworth. The edition is also available in three handsome paperbacks which have no rival as the most enjoyable way to read a Collected Wordsworth in the latest scholarly texts. The 78-page Sample Ebook is identical for all three voumes and includes the 'Ode: Intimations of Immortality', 300 lines from the 1805 Prelude, and some late sonnets, together with the 43-page Complete Index to all three volumes.
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Here is the poetry in the form the poet gave it when first completed, either in its manuscript state or in a published book. Each volume includes Wordsworth's own notes published with his poems during his lifetime and a few editorial explanations where appropriate.
The first volume includes his earliest work, composed while a school boy and during and after his time at university -- Adventures on Salisbury Plain, The Borderers, the two-part Prelude, The Ruined Cottage, and Home at Grasmere -- along with his publications between 1797 and 1807, namely An Evening Walk, Descriptive Sketches, Lyrical Ballads, Peter Bell, andPoems, in Two Volumes.
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About the author
Jared Curtis, Professor Emeritus of English at Simon Fraser University, is the editor of "Poems, in Two Volumes" and Other Poems, 1800““1807, Last Poems, 1821““1850, and co-editor with Carol Landon of Early Poems and Fragments, 1785““1797, all in the Cornell Wordsworth. He is the editor of William Wordsworth's Fenwick Notes and The Cornell Wordsworth: A Supplement, both published by Humanities Ebooks. He is also the Coordinating Editor of the Cornell series of editions of Yeats' manuscripts and is the editor of two plays, The Land of Heart's Desire and Sophocles' Oedipus at Colonus, and a co-editor with Richard J. Finneran and Ann Saddlemyer of The Tower (1928), all in the Cornell Yeats.
SEE ALSO THE ONE-VOLUME PDF EDITION AT £48.50 which contains a new ADDENDUM with an additional 118 pages of poetry. This Addendum is also available for FREE download from our 'free-ebooks' page, for the convenience of purchasers of the printed volumes.
Library ebook available from MyiLibrary.com
Library paperback ISBN 978-1-84760-089-9 at £39.95
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