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The Language of Semblance in The Prelude

by Chris Townsend There are features of Wordsworth’s poetry that are so obvious as to not really need stating; he was obviously concerned with visual perception, and he very clearly had an interest in nature. But sometimes when we let the most obvious parts of poems slip by us, they silently carry with them a […]

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The Maid of Buttermere

by Sinéad Fitzgibbon It takes a lot to shock us these days. I doubt it would be stretching the bounds of credulity, in fact, if I were to say that, living as we do in this media age, we have evolved into a fairly unshockable species. Never before have we been so connected to the […]

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