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In 1799 William Wordsworth arrived in England’s Lake District aged 29. Whilst living at Dove Cottage in Grasmere he wrote many of his greatest poems and his sister Dorothy kept her journal.

William Wordsworth’s poetry is woven with the threads of nature’s beauty, human emotions, and the simplicity of everyday life. Through his words, Wordsworth paints vivid landscapes that invite us to pause, reflect, and find solace in the serenity of nature’s embrace.

For me, his poetry evokes a sense of wonder and reverence for the world around us, and The Solitary Reaper is a real favourite of mine.

I wrote about it a few years ago in William Wordsworth & The Solitary Reaper, and I recently recorded a special analysis of The Solitary Reaper for Gold Class Book Addicts.

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