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Published by Nicholson and Watson in London .
Written in English


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Statement[edited by] Maurice Carpenter, Jack Lindsay, Honor Arundel.
SeriesBallad book -- 1
ContributionsCarpenter, Maurice., Lindsay, Jack, 1900-, Arundel, Honor, 1919-1973.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14393441M

  Lyrical Ballads opened with a voyage out – the Ancient Mariner bursting into frozen seas – and closed with Wordsworth returning after five years to the view above Tintern Abbey on the River Wye. The most striking feature of the sublime “Lines Written Above Tintern Abbey”, Nicolson suggests, is the absence of Coleridge, whose guidance.


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