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William Wordsworth,His Mind, and the Mind of Ancient

Greece
A Pantheist . .
Compared with Milton . .
his Genius essentially Grecian ...
his Power of Abstraction . .
his Wonderful Sense of Sound.
his Intense Sympathy with Nature
Difficulties of Life
his Desultory Life .
Raisley Calvert.
Difficulties Removed

62-63
in Paris. . .

65
his Travels in France
in the French Revolution
his Mental Unrest
a Republican . .

70
The Crisis of his History.
Among the Girondists .
Possibilities of his History
Passing through “The Everlasting No”.

81
his Sister, and her Influence on his Mind and

Heart . . .
at Racedown
at Alfoxden
his Drama—The Borderers

95-96
Ludicrous Adventures .

• 99-100
at Nether Stowey
at Goslar .

102
his Marriage .
and the Passion of Love .

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his Courtship .
at Grasmere . .

120
Tour in Scotland. .
and Sir George Beaumont

122
Coldness of Temperament
the Applethwaite Estate .

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INDEX.

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William Wordsworth,--His Dread of Change .
Absence of Moral Suffering in his Writings

142
and Schiller

146
his Individuality Intense.
and John Foster .
Absence of Books in his Mental History.

153
on Books . .

154
Letter to Archdeacon Wrangham

164
The Old Mortality of Westmoreland

192
his Simple Themes
his Relation to the True, the Beautiful, and the
Good .

221
the Minister of Beauty .

224
the Anchorite of Poets .
Devotion to Art.

227
Imaginative Diction .

229
his Ballads

236
A Christian .

275
the Greatest Transcendental Poet

277
Anecdotes of . . .

.281-282
Relation to Tragedy and to Comedy

295
Historical Poems.
Not a Dramatist.

298
Absence of Humour

306
his Great Poetic Sin

310
his Sins against Good Taste .

.312-313
his Principle of Poetic Diction.

317
his Elevated Diction

321
his Neighbours.

409
De Quincey's Early Homage to him

. 413-418
Southey

420
and Coleridge . .

422
his Poems Reflective

371
his Sonnets .

372
Illustrations of his Poetic Creed .

.381-386
his Estimate of Life . .
Letter to Sir George Beaumont .

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Wordsworth, William, -Letter to Lady Beaumont

his Estimate of his own Poems.
a Gardene . . .
on the Congress of Cintra
his Picture of the Progress of the Age
not the Poet of Science.
at Charles Lamb's
Worldly Circumstances
Poet Laureate
his Political Views
his Views on Education .

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Waggoner, The . .

167
Wanderings in the Land of Wordsworth.
Water Lily, Romance of the .

286
Welch Poet, Visit to a . .
Westmoreland Idyll, a . .

197
Whipple on Transcendentalism .

277
White Doe of Rylstone, The .

135
Whittaker's History of Craven quoted

184
Wilson, Professor .

. 432-433
“ Alexander, quoted

354
Windermere . .

186
“ in Full Dress

437
Woman Perfects Man's Education

“ Wordsworth's Obligations to .
" Inspiration of . .

110
Womanhood . . .

. . : 357
Wordsworth, Dr.,-His Life of Wordsworth quoted or referred
to.

. 79, 87, 111
Captain, Death of .
Miss

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Yew Trees in the Land of Wordsworth.

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Wordsworth, William, -Letter to Lady Beaumont

his Estimate of his own Poems .
a Gardener .
on the Congress of Cintra
his Picture of the Progress of the Age
not the Poet of Science.
at Charles Lamb's
Worldly Circumstances
Poet Laureate .
his Political Views
his Views on Education.

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Waggoner, The . .
Wanderings in the Land of Wordsworth.

211
Water Lily, Romance of the .

286
Welch Poet, Visit to a . .

132
Westmoreland Idyll, a . .

197
Whipple on Transcendentalism .

277
White Doe of Rylstone, The .

135
Whittaker's History of Craven quoted
Wilson, Professor

.432-433
“ Alexander, quoted
Windermere . .

. . 186
“ in Full Dress
Woman Perfects Man's Education
5 Wordsworth's Obligations to .

93
16 Inspiration of . .
Womanhood .
Wordsworth, Dr.,-His Life of Wordsworth quoted or referred

79, 87, 111
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