English Intimate poet who’s appreciated for such poems as “Towards the Cuckoo,” “We Wandered Lonely being a Cloud,” and “Tintern Abbey.” His poetry choices are the Excursion, The Prelude, and Lyrical Ballads. He was among five children delivered to Ann Cookson Wordsworth and John Wordsworth in England’s Lake Region. He graduated from St. John’s University, Cambridge. He was extremely near his sister Dorothy, who was simply also a poet. He previously an illegitimate girl with Annette Vallon. He afterwards wedded Mary Hutchinson, with whom he previously five kids. Like his friend Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Wordsworth was a significant English Intimate poet.
|1||Part of the poetic movement that wrote explicitly about Nature and Nostaligic Feelings; often labeled as "Poet of Nature."|
|2||Most famous poems include Tintern Abbey, Intimations Of Immortality, and I Wondered Lonely As A Cloud. Most famous and influential poetry collection entitled Lyrical Ballads.|
|3||Major poet of the Romantic Age in English literature (late 1700s)|
|The Sunday Programme||2003||TV Series poem - 1 episode|
|Splendor in the Grass||1981||TV Movie uncredited|
|Count the Ways||1975||acknowledgment: poetry courtesy of|
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