William Wordsworth

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Name: William Wordsworth
First reported Aug 27 2014 - Updated Aug 27 2014 - 1 reports

'Recreation' day at Grasmere

William WordsworthFirst published in NewsDOVE Cottage and The Wordsworth Museum will be recreating a Grasmere event of yesteryear when the attraction stages its September Fair.In Wordsworth’s day, the September Fair was a rustic occasion, which he references ... [Published Westmorland Gazette - Aug 27 2014]
Entities: William Wordsworth
First reported Aug 27 2014 - Updated Aug 27 2014 - 1 reports

VIEWPOINT: ‘Daddy’ Dar, learn from Moshi, Bukoba ‘kids’

>The separate pleasant shocks I ‘suffered’ during visits to Moshi and Bukoba towns at a roughly three-year interval, have pricked me into recalling the coinage by the  famous English  poet William Wordsworth, that ‘the child is the father of man’. ... [Published Tanzania Citizen - Aug 27 2014]
Entities: William Wordsworth
First reported Aug 25 2014 - Updated Aug 25 2014 - 1 reports

Grasmere - On the trail of Wordsworth

Grasmere 3Monday, August 25, 201412:00 AMThe great poet had a string of homes in Grasmere and it’s easy to see why he liked the place so muchTo send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.River RothayHe was one of the greatest writers ... [Published Lancashire Life - Aug 25 2014]
First reported Aug 22 2014 - Updated Aug 22 2014 - 1 reports

True meaning of ‘act’ and all its related words

By PHILIP OCHIENGMore byThe adjective actionable presupposes the existence of the verb “to action”. But I am not aware of this verb. I know only the verb “to act”, which is what gives us the adjective active, which is what spawns the verb to activate. ... [Published Daily Nation - Aug 22 2014]
First reported Aug 14 2014 - Updated Aug 14 2014 - 1 reports

A view from a bridge: which London bridge has the best view? #PhotoWeek

Image via Vladimir Rogers at FlickrccLondon has multiple bridges straddling the River Thames, many of them providing incredible views spanning the city – they are tourist honeypots in their own right, and quite rightly so. Whether you’re walking, driving ... [Published Shiny Shiny - Aug 14 2014]
First reported Aug 11 2014 - Updated Aug 11 2014 - 1 reports

Eight Literary Pilgrims to inspire you: The Internationalist

Literature’s muse can be contrary, often choosing to inspire in rather surprising locations. Tread, or even eat and sleep, amid the inkblots and typewriter traces of giants at these literary locations.FRANCELa Closerie Des Lilas Paris ,  ParisErnest Hemingway ... [Published Qantas Travel Insider - Aug 11 2014]
First reported Aug 07 2014 - Updated Aug 07 2014 - 1 reports

Grasping at claws

“‘TIS said, fantastic ocean doth enfold,” William Wordsworth reminds us, “the likeness of whate’er on land is seen.” For those who would explore the oceans’ depths, though, there has been until now one notable exception: a fully functioning hand. ... [Published Babbage - The Economist - Aug 07 2014]
First reported Aug 07 2014 - Updated Aug 07 2014 - 1 reports

Into the hearts and minds of romantic poets

THE era-defining work of Romantic poets William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge will be celebrated with artistic flair at Halsway Manor, near Crowcombe, next week.A free exhibition from Gallery4Art, inspired by the poets’ work, runs from 9am to ... [Published This is the West Country - Aug 07 2014]
First reported Aug 05 2014 - Updated Aug 05 2014 - 1 reports

Israel-Gaza, Ukraine-Russia, Legalizing the Illegals and William Wordsworth

The great poet said “The world is too much with us” and if living at this moment he might well add “and it all might be breaking down right now.” The three aforementioned, fan-hitting concerns are examined in this contentious and extended exchange by ... [Published WGN Radio 720 - Aug 05 2014]
Entities: William Wordsworth
First reported Aug 01 2014 - Updated Aug 01 2014 - 1 reports

7 wonderful quotes about London in the summertime

Nothing divides Londoners like a decent summer (north versus south, cyclists and Hackney aside). You’re either miserable, with your head in the freezer, or you’re wide-eyed and beaming. Here’s what this lot had to say about it.“I’m leaving because the ... [Published LondonlovesBusiness.com - Aug 01 2014]
First reported Aug 01 2014 - Updated Aug 01 2014 - 1 reports

The Lake District: Traveller's Guide

Wandering lonely as a cloud isn't quite as easy as it was in Wordsworth's day – at least not during the summer. The Lake District National Park is a tourist-trampled beauty spot, its hedgerow-trimmed lanes clogged with caravans and cars, its fells snaking ... [Published The Independent - Aug 01 2014]
First reported Jul 30 2014 - Updated Jul 30 2014 - 1 reports

Ashvin Mehta: An unremembered master

Photographs by Ashvin MehtaIt is characteristic of the reclusive life he led that the passing of Ashvin Mehta over the past weekend has gone almost entirely unnoticed in the English press in India.To its credit, the Gujarati daily Mumbai Samachar published ... [Published Livemint.com - Jul 30 2014]

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'Recreation' day at Grasmere [Published Westmorland Gazette - Aug 27 2014]
Astounding nature delights with autumn wildlife... [Published Examiner.com - Aug 27 2014]
Eye on fiction: Heavenly and hellish - writers ... [Published The Psychologist - Aug 27 2014]
VIEWPOINT: ‘Daddy’ Dar, learn from Moshi, Bukob... [Published Tanzania Citizen - Aug 27 2014]
Grasmere - On the trail of Wordsworth [Published Lancashire Life - Aug 25 2014]
13½ Life Lessons from 'Married…With Children' [Published MSNBC Newsweek - Aug 24 2014]
For Sale: The $3M British Mountain [Published Daily Beast - Aug 24 2014]
Outdoor writer to be guest speaker at fundraiser [Published Red Bluff Daily News - Aug 23 2014]
In the mood for humanities [Published DNA India - Aug 23 2014]
True meaning of ‘act’ and all its related words [Published Daily Nation - Aug 22 2014]
Bob McDonnell's war on woman [Published News Works - Aug 22 2014]
Britain's best lost gardens [Published Countryfile Magazine - Aug 21 2014]
Biff America: A drop of madness [Published Summit Daily News - Aug 17 2014]
BOSS: New Academic Journal is Born to Run in Cy... [Published Noodls - Aug 14 2014]
A view from a bridge: which London bridge has t... [Published Shiny Shiny - Aug 14 2014]
A view from a bridge: which London bridge has t... [Published HDTV UK - Aug 14 2014]
Remembering Ellen Wilson on 100th anniversary o... [Published Calhoun Times - Aug 12 2014]
Eight Literary Pilgrims to inspire you: The Int... [Published Qantas Travel Insider - Aug 11 2014]
Grasping at claws [Published Babbage - The Economist - Aug 07 2014]
Centennial service for former first lady Ellen ... [Published Calhoun Times - Aug 07 2014]
Into the hearts and minds of romantic poets [Published This is the West Country - Aug 07 2014]
Israel-Gaza, Ukraine-Russia, Legalizing the Ill... [Published WGN Radio 720 - Aug 05 2014]
Short Break - Macdonald Old England Hotel & Spa... [Published North East Life - Aug 02 2014]
Dining with Dirac [Published Centauri Dreams - Aug 01 2014]
7 wonderful quotes about London in the summertime [Published LondonlovesBusiness.com - Aug 01 2014]
The Lake District: Traveller's Guide [Published The Independent - Aug 01 2014]
Simplifying the process of change [Published Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis - Aug 01 2014]
LAW LETTER - AUGUST 2014 [Published Garlicke & Bousfield - Jul 30 2014]
Nature can play a role in countering the unforg... [Published Abu Dhabi National - Jul 30 2014]
Ashvin Mehta: An unremembered master [Published Livemint.com - Jul 30 2014]
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A view from a bridge: which London bridge has t... [Published HDTV UK - Aug 14 2014]
Image via Vladimir Rogers at Flickrcc London has multiple bridges straddling the River Thames, many of them providing incredible views spanning the city – they are tourist honeypots in their own right, and quite rightly so. Whether you’re walking, ...
Grasping at claws [Published Babbage - The Economist - Aug 07 2014]
“‘TIS said, fantastic ocean doth enfold,” William Wordsworth reminds us, “the likeness of whate’er on land is seen.” For those who would explore the oceans’ depths, though, there has been until now one notable exception: a fully functioning hand. ...
Dining with Dirac [Published Centauri Dreams - Aug 01 2014]
Ever wonder what it would have been like to sit in on a great occasion? I used to think about this in relation to a dinner party the painter Benjamin Haydon threw in 1817 at his London studio. At the ‘immortal dinner’ were, among others, William Wordsworth, ...
Simplifying the process of change [Published Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis - Aug 01 2014]
Every person who steps into a psychologist’s office wants change. I’d often watch clients’ faces light up as they shared their goals for a better future. And then all too often the shadow of fear and self-doubt would creep into their voices, reminding ...
Voices Past and Present: A Brief History of Env... [Published Ecology Global Network - Jun 11 2014]
Even with the current abundance of editorials, feature articles and scientific data that document the realities of climate change, a large cluster of deniers appear in the news media, describing climate change as a hoax and/or a plot against various ...
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