Dorothy Wordsworth – video

Dorothy Wordsworth, 'A Small House in Grasmere'

In June 1808 Dorothy Wordsworth left her beloved home - Dove Cottage. How did she feel? These are words, thoughts and ...

Explore Dove Cottage - once home to Dorothy and William Wordsworth

This video is from https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/william-wordsworth/1 'William Wordsworth: Poetry, People and Place' is a ...

The Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth

A beautiful reading of a selection from the diaries of Dorothy Wordsworth. Also Includes the odd letter and poem by her brother ...

Journeywoman: Walking in the Footsteps of Dorothy Wordsworth

On 7 October 1818, Dorothy Wordsworth became one of the very first women to climb Scafell Pike, England's tallest mountain.

Dorothy Wordsworth

What a babe. Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_Wordsworth --------Where else to find me--------- Twitter: ...

Coleridge and Wordsworth debate poetry with Dorothy

Actors Linus Roache and John Hannah play Coleridge and Wordsworth in an excerpt from "Pandaemonium".

Women's Walks to Remember || Dorothy Wordsworth

'No need of motion, or of strength, Or even the breathing air; —I thought of Nature's loveliest scenes; And with Memory I was there.

William Wordsworth: Poetry, People and Place

This free online course https://goo.gl/jePvBe will explore the great poetry of William Wordsworth, with an emphasis on his writing ...

Dorothy Wordsworth's Journal 3rd September 1800

In the entry Dorothy recalls going to a funeral. She describes the event and the way that it affected her. The entry moves from the ...

"Dorothy Wordsworth" (Original Song w/ lyrics)

Hey, Dorothy Wordsworth, scrawling your words' worth in your journals, what could you do when--never a beauty--you were ...

Frances Wilson - The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth - Part 1 of 2

Frances Wilson answers questions on her book 'The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth', which looks at the life of the English author ...

Dorothy Wordsworth Remembers

How Dorothy Wordsworth might have remembered her life with her brother William and close friend, Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

Frances Wilson - The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth

Dorothy, often portrayed as the dutiful self effacing sister of the poet William Wordsworth, emerges from this book as something ...

Dorothy Wordsworth's Rydal Journals

Dorothy Wordsworth is best known for the journal that she wrote in Grasmere, but many are unaware of the details of her life ...

William Wordsworth's daffodils poem (I wandered lonely as a cloud)

This video tells the story of how William Wordsworth's poem 'I wandered lonely as a Cloud' was composed. The most famous ...

Grasmere Journal & 'The Prelude': William and Dorothy Wordsworth's notebook

This small notebook was used by William and Dorothy Wordsworth between 1798 and 1802. Look inside, and you will find entries ...

Dorothy Wordsworth, Mountaineering Pioneer

This talk by Dr Joanna Taylor was streamed live from the Jerwood Centre at Dove Cottage on 1 September 2018 to celebrate the ...

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