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The poetical works of William Wordsworth. Edited from the manuscripts with textual and critical notes by E. de Selincourt.
Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850
Oxford, The Clarendon press, 1940-53
5 v. 23 cm.
Vol. 4 ed. by E. de Selincourt and Helen Darbishire.
SE copy: Vol. 2-3, 2d ed.
Includes bibliographical notes at end of each vol.
[v. 1] Poems written in youth ; Poems referring to the period to childhood -- [v. 2] Poems found on the affections ; Poems on the naming of places ; Poems of the fancy ; Poems of the imagination -- [v. 3] Miscellaneous sonnets ; Memorials of various tours ; Poems dedicated to national independence and liberty ; The Egyptian maid ; The river Duddon series ; The white doe and other narrative poems ; Ecclesiastical sonnets -- [v. 4] Evening voluntaries ; Itinerary poems of 1833 ; Poems of sentiment and reflection ; Sonnets dedicated to liberty and order ; Miscellaneous poems ; Inscriptions ; Selections from Chaucer ; Poems referring to the period of old age ; Epitaphs and elegiac pieces ; Ode : Intimations of immortality -- [v.5] The excursion ; The recluse, pt. 1, bk. 1.
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