Carcanet, 2003 - 311 pages
A unique opportunity to examine the apprenticeship of a great writer, this selection of poems composed between 1785 and 1790 reveals a precocious and remarkably accomplished early talent and shows that even in his earliest work, Wordsworth was already preoccupied with the themes that would later be explored fully in The Prelude.
James Graham 1st Marquis of Montrose Great
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