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The Book of Nature

By William Wordsworth
The Book of Nature by William Wordsworth digital book - Fable

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The Book of Nature - Wordsworth's Poetry on Nature is a sublime collection of the best nature poetry by poet-laureate William Wordsworth, housed in a convenient pocket-sized edition.

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“Since I'm from the Lake District, it seemed wrong not to read some of Wordsworth poems at some point, since many are inspired by the beauty of this location. Yet on top of the old language, I don't read a lot of poetry and at first I struggled to make sense of the poems. I found it helped to look up summaries of what each poem was about. After that, I enjoyed the imagery of what the writing conveyed. It's clear through all his poems that Wordsworth appreciated nature and found great joy in walking amongst it. Reading these poems made me open my eyes more to the world around me too and realise how lucky I am to live in a place where nature thrives.”

About William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth (1770 –1850) was born in Cockermouth, England, and was part of the famous Lake Poets group. Wordsworth was the United Kingdom’s Poet Laureate from 1843 until his death. He is best-known for his collection of poems, Lyrical Ballads, that he wrote and published with his friend and fellow Lake Poet, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The seminal collection helped to set England’s Romantic Era in motion.

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