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Wordsworth's Guide to the Lakes gives a first-hand account of his feelings about the unique countryside that was the source of his inspiration. He addresses concerns that are relevant today, such as how the growing number of visitors, and the money they bring, would effect such a small and vulnerable landscape.
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A fascinating insight not only to the man himself and his writings on the area, but also a 'time machine' picture of the Lake District at the time of Wordsworth's tour || [This is] his first hand account of his feelings about the unique countryside on our doorstep that was the source of his inspiration ... much more than just daffsAbout the Author:
William Wordsworth, born in Cumberland in 1770, is one of England's most famous and best-loved poets, and played a large part in the development of the Romantic movement in English literature. Wordsworth was England's Poet Laureate from 1843 until his death in 1850.
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