Dorothy's work was used in 1822 by her brother William, unattributed, in his popular guide book to the Lake District – and this was then copied by. .Macdonald MacLean, Catherine. Dorothy Wordsworth, the Early Years. New York: The Viking Press, 1932.
Macdonald MacLean, Catherine. The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth: A Life. Faber and Faber, 2009. Wordsworth, Dorothy (1802).
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Catherine Macdonald Maclean. Books for Libraries Press, 1970 - 439 sayfa. Sayfa 253 Dorothy was often with him, and afterwards they would walk up and down the grove in front of Coleorton Hall, or ramble through the woods. Sometimes they walked in the moonlight. Coleridge was fond of walking in the woods in the moonlight.
com: Dorothy and William Wordsworth: 129 pp, the book and contents are solid, the pages are lightlyh browned and a few have light soil and 4 have a few lines colored, of these 2 are one word, there is a spare spine label on the rear free endpaper, covers are tight and have soil and wear, the spine is cracked along the outside hinges and has wear, this is a very usable book. Catherine MacDonald Maclean. Published by Cambridge at the University Press, Cambridge, 1927. Condition: Good Hardcover. From Yesterday's Books (Richmond, IN, .
Dorothy Wordsworth, the early years (1932), by Catherine Macdonald Maclean.
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Despite the early deaths of both her parents, Dorothy, William and their three siblings had a happy childhood. Books and Writers (kirjasto. Archived from the original on 4 July 2013. When in 1783, their father died and the children were sent to live with various relatives. Wordsworth was sent alone to live with her aunt, Elizabeth Threlkeld, in Halifax, West Yorkshire. After she was able to reunite with William firstly at Racedown Lodge in Dorset in 1795 and afterwards (1797/98) at Alfoxden House in Somerset, they became inseparable companions.
Dorothy Mae Ann Wordsworth (25 December 1771 - 25 January 1855) was an English poet, story writer, and diarist.