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  • ISBN 0841469148
  • ISBN13 978-0841469143
  • Language English
  • Author William Wordsworth
  • Publisher Folcroft Library Editions (1976)
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William Wordsworth Full view - 1867. Now a step or two her way Is through space of open day, Where the enamoured sunny light Brightens her that was so bright; Now doth a delicate shadow fall, Falls upon her like a breath, From some lofty arch or wall, As she passes underneath

William Wordsworth Full view - 1867. The white doe of Rylstone, or, The fate of the Nortons William Wordsworth,Myles Birket Foster,Henry Noel Humphreys Full view - 1859. The white doe of Rylstone, or, The fate of the Nortons William Wordsworth,Kristine Ann Dugas Snippet view - 1988. View all . Common terms and phrases. Now a step or two her way Is through space of open day, Where the enamoured sunny light Brightens her that was so bright; Now doth a delicate shadow fall, Falls upon her like a breath, From some lofty arch or wall, As she passes underneath. Appears in 104 books from 1815-2007.

William Wordsworth (1770-1850, Cumberland, England). This tragic Story cheered us; for it speaks Of female patience winning firm repose; And, of the recompense that conscience seeks, A bright, encouraging, example shows; Needful when o'er wide realms the tempest breaks, Needful amid life's ordinary woes;- Hence, not for them unfitted who would bless A happy hour with holier happiness. He serves the Muses erringly and ill, Whose aim is pleasure light and fugitive: Oh, that my mind were equal to fulfil The comprehensive mandate which they give- Vain aspiration of an earnest will!

William Wordsworth was the husband of Eva Bartok.

William Wordsworth was the husband of Eva Bartok. mor. ll William Wordsworth poems William Wordsworth Books. -or,tons---canto-sixth.

by William Wordsworth. Tis night: in silence looking down, The Moon, from cloudless ether, sees A Camp, and a beleaguered Town, And Castle, like a stately crown On the steep rocks of winding Tees;- And southward far, with moor between, Hill-top, and flood, and forest green, The bright Moon sees that valley small Where Rylstone's old sequestered Hall A venerable image yields. Of quiet to the neighbouring fields; While from one pillared chimney breathes The smoke, and mounts in silver wreaths.

Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts, 1859 - 165 pages. White she is as lily of June, And beauteous as the silver moon When out of sight the clouds are driven, And she is left alone in heaven ; Or like a ship some gentle day In sunshine sailing far away. A glittering ship, that hath the plain Of ocean for her own domain. Appears in 188 books from 1815-2008.

Poem The White Doe Of Rylstone Or The Fate Of The Nortons Canto Third William Wordsworth.

Thence marching southward smooth and free 'They mustered their host at Wetherby, Full sixteen thousand fair to see,' The Choicest Warriors of the North! But none for beauty and for worth Like those eight Sons-who, in a ring, (Ripe men, or blooming in life's spring) Each with a lance.

Thence marching southward smooth and free 'They mustered their host at Wetherby, Full sixteen thousand fair to see,' The Choicest Warriors of the North! But none for beauty and for worth Like those eight Sons-who, in a ring, (Ripe men, or blooming in life's spring) Each with a lance, erect and tall, A falchion, and a buckler small, Stood by their Sire, on Clifford-moor, To guard the Standard which he bore

Excerpt from The White Doe of Rylstone, or the Fate of the Nortons: A Poem. That down the steep hills force their way, Like cattle through the budded brooms; Path, or no path, what care they? About the Publisher. Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. This book is a reproduction of an important historical wo Excerpt from The White Doe of Rylstone, or the Fate of the Nortons: A Poem.

Memoirs of William Wordsworth - by Christopher Wordsworth September 2014. Memoirs of William Wordsworth. Volume 2. Christopher Wordsworth. Online ISBN: 9781107705760.

How desolate is Rylstone-hall! This was the instant thought of all; And if the lonely Lady there Should be; to her they cannot bear This weight of anguish and despair. So, when upon sad thoughts had prest Thoughts sadder still, they deemed it best That, if the Priest should yield assent And no one hinder their intent, Then, they, for Christian pity's sake, In holy ground a grave would make; And straightway buried he should be In the Churchyard of the Priory.