William Wordsworth

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Ruskin’s ‘loveliest’ view under threat in Kirkby Lonsdale
Tourist spot made famous by Ruskin, Turner and Wordsworth may be washed away if £1m is not found for repairs

Mark BrownNorth of England correspondent

25, Nov, 2022 @2:30 PM

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‘Remixed’ version of Wordsworth and Coleridge’s Lyrical Ballads highlights 21st-century poverty
The Refuge from the Ravens project places new works alongside the original ‘redefining it to help people grasp the concept’ of homelessness

Sarah Shaffi

11, Oct, 2022 @1:27 PM

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A seasonal celebration of Dorothy Wordsworth | Letters
Letters: Readers share their views on the talent and values of the other great writer in the Wordsworth family, William’s sister Dorothy


23, Dec, 2021 @5:48 PM

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The Guardian view on Dorothy Wordsworth: a rare achievement | Editorial
Editorial: Two-and-a-half centuries after her birth the writer – and sister of the more famous William – still has much to teach us


19, Dec, 2021 @6:25 PM

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The Guardian view on William Blake’s cottage: don’t let it crumble | Editorial
Editorial: Artists’ homes are precious for the things they tell us about the lives and times of those who worked in them


08, Nov, 2021 @6:33 PM

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Country diary: everyone is silent as the solar deity emerges
Helvellyn, Lake District: There is a kind of ritual in the way people watch sunrises and sunsets, and a shared understanding

Carey Davies

16, Aug, 2021 @4:30 AM

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National Gallery to buy Thomas Lawrence’s ‘Red Boy’ for £9.3m
Sentimental toffee-tin favourite was first painting on a UK postage stamp but has divided opinion since 1825

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

22, Jul, 2021 @2:42 PM

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Diversity of thought, Shelley and the status quo | Letter
Letter: Discussing writers’ ferocious critiques of society is not only necessary, but enjoyable, notes Ian Barge


16, Nov, 2020 @4:31 PM

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'It had been on my shelf for years': readers share their lockdown reads
Publishers report that coronavirus has boosted sales of long, classic novels. You reveal the great baggy monsters you’ve found the time to tackle

Guardian readers and Rachel Obordo

06, Nov, 2020 @10:00 AM

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No, Covid-19 isn't a 'plandemic'
This pun implies the coronavirus was deliberately set loose. But such a conspiracy theory requires us to believe those in power are competent enough to do it

Steven Poole

30, Oct, 2020 @6:00 AM

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The literary beauty of regional accents | Letters
Letters: Shakespeare, to name but one famous writer, almost certainly spoke with a Midlands accent, writes Salley Vickers. And Rev Jennifer Williamson fondly recalls her lecturer’s comeback


21, Oct, 2020 @3:49 PM

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Back to life: literary museums are reopening amid uncertain future
The homes of writers including Jane Austen and the Brontës have been acutely hit by coronavirus but with public support and government help they are opening their doors again

Alison Flood

31, Jul, 2020 @3:01 PM

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