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Date: Dec 15, 1792

Event:

Annette Vallon gives birth to Caroline, her daughter by William Wordsworth.

Links for William Wordsworth:

Complete Poetical Works by William Wordsworth (Includes chronological index.) (Project Bartleby)

Lyrical Ballads, 1798-1998 - A Special Issue of Romanticism On the Net (Guest Editors, Nicola Trott and Seamus Perry.) (Romanticism on the Net)

Lyrical Ballads: 1798-1998--Versions of Lyrical Ballads (SGML/TEI-encoded scholarly edition based on specific copies of the work and designed for online presentation; includes parallel-frame views of the text and page-facsimiles) (Ronald Tetreault and Bruce Graver)

On-Line Book Initiative Wordsworth Texts (FTP site including links to works by William Wordsworth.) (The World)

Point Rash Judgment: the Exploration of a Wordsworth Text ("We have constructed a MOO space consisting of three rooms--Valley, Point Rash Judgment, and Cottage--as a translation/interpretation of the Wordsworth poem Point Rash Judgment.") (Ron S. Broglio & F. William Ruegg)

Selected Poetry (Transcriptions of 22 Wordsworth poems.) (Representative Poetry On-line)

Stanzas Written in my Pocket-Copy of Thomson's "Castle of Indolence" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Electronic Text Center)

TCG's Wordsworth Page (Thomas C. Gannon)

Wordsworth Page (The Poetry Archives)

Wordsworth Variorum Archive (Archive "will include all of the published versions of all of the poetry arranged by published volume"; texts are based on first editions and may be viewed in single column or side-by-side formats; includes concordances.) (James M. Garrett)

Bruce Graver, (Providence C.) Duncan Wu's Wordsworth's Reading: 1770-1790: A Supplementary List with Corrections (Scholarly criticism.) (Romanticism on the Net)

Keith Hanley, (Lancaster U.) Wordsworth's Revolution in Poetic Language (Criticism.) (Romanticism on the Net)

Michael O'Neill, (U. Durham) 'The Words He Uttered ...': A Reading of Wordsworth (Criticism.) (Romanticism on the Net)

Walter Pater, "Wordsworth" (Walter Pater's criticism of William Wordsworth.) (Representative Poetry On-line)

Duncan Wu, (U. Glasgow) Tautology and Imaginative Vision in Wordsworth (Criticism of William Wordsworth.) (Romanticism on the Net)

"A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Alice Fell; or Poverty" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"An Evening Walk. Addressed to a Young Lady" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

Appendix on Poetic Diction (1802) (Transcription of the prose by William Wordsworth.) (Michael Gamer)

"Composed by the Sea-side, Near Calais, August 1802" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Composed in the Valley Near Dover, on the Day of Landing" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Composed upon Westminster Bridge, Sept. 3, 1802" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

Descriptive Sketches (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Elegiac Stanzas, Suggested by a Picture of Peele Castle in a Storm, Painted by Sir George Beaumont" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Expostulation and Reply" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Extempore Effusion upon the Death of James Hogg" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Marjorie Tiefert)

"Goody Blake and Harry Gill. A True Story" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Great Men Have Been Among Us" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Guilt and Sorrow; or, Incidents upon Salisbury Plain" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"I Grieved for Buonaparte" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"I Travelled Among Unknown Men" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"It Is a Beauteous Evening, Calm and Free" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

Dove Cottage & The Wordsworth Museum (Resources based at the home of William Wordsworth in the Lake District.) (Wordsworth Trust)

"Lucy Gray" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

Advertisement to Lyrical Ballads (1798) (Transcription of the text by William Wordsworth.) (Michael Gamer)

Conferences and Exhibitions (On William Wordsworth, specifically on his Lyrical Ballads.) (Ronald Tetreault and Bruce Graver)

Electrifying Wordsworth (Article on creating a comprehensive electronic collection of Lyrical Ballads transcriptions.) (Ronald Tetreault)

Lyrical Ballads ("The original version of Lyrical Ballads, taken from the first anonymous Bristol imprint of 1798. No attempt has been made to correct the text, with the exception that the corrections indicated on the original errata slip have been made.") (Electronic Text Center)

Lyrical Ballads Advertisement and Preface (Prose transcriptions from William Wordsworth.) (Michael Gamer)

London 1798 Edition (Transcription of Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads.) (Ronald Tetreault and Bruce Graver)

"Preface to Lyrical Ballads" (1802) (Transcription of the prose by William Wordsworth.) (Michael Gamer)

Selected Studies of Lyrical Ballads (Transcription of William Wordsworth's collection.) (Ronald Tetreault and Bruce Graver)

The Bristol Versions (Transcription of William Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads.) (Ronald Tetreault and Bruce Graver)

The Poems of Lyrical Ballads: A Scholarly Electronic Edition (Prototype pages for item above; the project provides access to variants and facsimiles of manuscripts and editions; uses frames to create simultaneous views of multiple variants.) (Bruce Graver and Ronald Tetreault)

Web Concordances: Lyrical Ballads (1798) (Frames-based concordance of William Wordsworth's collection.) (Rob Watt)

Joel Pace, (Oxford U.) 'Gems of a soft and permanent lustre': The Reception and Influence of the Lyrical Ballads in America (Criticism of William Wordsworth's poetry.) (Romanticism on the Net)

Christopher Smith, (Open U.) Robert Southey and the Emergence of Lyrical Ballads (Critical work on Robert Southey and the Lyrical Ballads.) (Romanticism on the Net)

"Matthew" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Michael" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Nutting" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Ode. Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Ode to Duty" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Peter Bell. A Tale" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Peter Bell - A Tale" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Marjorie Tiefert)

"Resolution and Independence" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Simon Lee, the Old Huntsman" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Sonnet on seeing Miss Helen Maria Williams Weep at a Tale of Distress" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Stuart Curran)

"Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"Surprised by Joy--Impatient as the Wind" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Borderers. A Tragedy (Transcription of the play by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"The Brothers" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Excursion: Book Eighth: The Parsonage (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Excursion: Book Fifth: The Pastor (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Excursion: Book First: The Wanderer (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Excursion: Book Fourth: Despondency Corrected (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Excursion: Book Ninth: Discourse of the Wanderer, and an Evening Visit to the Lake (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Excursion: Book Second: The Solitary (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Excursion: Book Seventh: The Churchyard among the Mountains--(continued) (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Excursion: Book Sixth: The Churchyard among the Mountains (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Excursion: Book Third: Despondency (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Excursion: Note & Preface (Transcription of the notes/essay by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

Wordsworth's Gothic Readings (Douglass Thomson)

"The Idiot Boy" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"The Last of the Flock" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"The Old Cumberland Beggar" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

Wordworth's Notes to The Preface (Notes by William Wordsworth.) (Michael Gamer)

History of Composition and Select Bibliography of The Prelude (Criticism on William Wordsworth.) (Laura Mandell)

The Prelude: Advertisement (Transcription of the notes/essay by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Eighth: Retrospect--Love of Nature Leading to Love of Man (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Eleventh: France (concluded) (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Fifth: Books (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book First: Introduction--Childhood and School-time (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Fourteenth: Conclusion (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Fourth: Summer Vacation (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Ninth: Residence in France (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Second: School-time (continued) (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Seventh: Residence in London (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Sixth: Cambridge and the Alps (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Tenth: Residence in France (continued) (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Third: Residence at Cambridge (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Thirteenth: Imagination and Taste; How Impaired and Restored (concluded) (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The Prelude: Book Twelfth: Imagination and Taste; How Impaired and Restored (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

Joel Pace, (Blackfriars, Oxford) Emotion and Cognition in The Prelude (Scholarly criticism of William Wordsworth's poem.) (Romanticism on the Net)

"The Reverie of Poor Susan" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"The Solitary Reaper" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

William Wordsworth (Transcriptions of several poems.) (Sonnet Central)

"The Tables Turned" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"The Thorn" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"The Two April Mornings" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

The White Doe of Rylstone; or, The Fate of the Nortons (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"The World Is Too Much with Us" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Paul Brians)

"Three Years She Grew in Sun and Shower" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

A New Historicist Reading of "Tintern Abbey" and One of Its Critics ("Short extracts from a rich and complex set of arguments for and against a New Historicist reading"; excerpts from Marjorie Levinson and Thomas McFarland's article on William Wordsworth's poem.) (David S. Miall)

"Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey" (Transcription of the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

"We are Seven" (Transcription the poem by William Wordsworth.) (Project Bartleby)

LakesNET (Resources based in the Lake District, home of William Wordsworth and others.) (LakesNET)

National Trust Properties in Cumbria (National Trust Website with information on Lake District, an area in which William Wordsworth used to live.)

Tim Fulford, (Nottingham Trent U.) Cowper, Wordsworth, Clare: The Politics of Trees (Criticism on the work William Cowper, William Wordsworth, and John Clare.) (The John Clare Society)

 

   

Record Created or Last Modified By:

Shawn Mummert

Date Last Modified:

6/27/1999


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