Robert Southey love

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  • This includes letters from Scott's friend and fellow poet Robert Southey, a specimen of Queen Victoria's handwriting, a cheque for £20 signed by Sheridan, and a note from the Duke of Wellington.

    Carolyn Vega: Coleridge Varies His "Inscription on a Time-piece"

  • Along with Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey, Wordsworth was a founder of the Lake School of poetry, and I have a mental image of Wordsworth wandering "lonely as a cloud" through the mountainous Lake District, penning his lines in the very settings he describes.

    Carolyn Vega: Happy Birthday, William Wordsworth!

  • Robert Southey, England's poet laureate at the time, also admired Knox.

    With Death on His Mind

  • This includes letters from Scott's friend and fellow poet Robert Southey, a specimen of Queen Victoria's handwriting, a cheque for £20 signed by Sheridan, and a note from the Duke of Wellington.

    Carolyn Vega: Coleridge Varies His "Inscription on a Time-piece"

  • Along with Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey, Wordsworth was a founder of the Lake School of poetry, and I have a mental image of Wordsworth wandering "lonely as a cloud" through the mountainous Lake District, penning his lines in the very settings he describes.

    Carolyn Vega: Happy Birthday, William Wordsworth!

  • Along with Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey, Wordsworth was a founder of the Lake School of poetry, and I have a mental image of Wordsworth wandering "lonely as a cloud" through the mountainous Lake District, penning his lines in the very settings he describes.

    Carolyn Vega: Happy Birthday, William Wordsworth!

  • In the 19th century, when it had already become a place of pilgrimage for nonconformists and radical reformers, the poet Robert Southey called it the Campo Santo holy ground of the dissenters.

    Burial ground of Bunyan, Defoe and Blake earns protected status

  • Along with Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey, Wordsworth was a founder of the Lake School of poetry, and I have a mental image of Wordsworth wandering "lonely as a cloud" through the mountainous Lake District, penning his lines in the very settings he describes.

    Carolyn Vega: Happy Birthday, William Wordsworth!

  • This includes letters from Scott's friend and fellow poet Robert Southey, a specimen of Queen Victoria's handwriting, a cheque for £20 signed by Sheridan, and a note from the Duke of Wellington.

    Carolyn Vega: Coleridge Varies His "Inscription on a Time-piece"

  • KRULWICH: And Coleridge's friend, another poet, Robert Southey, got so happy from laughing gas, he wrote this to his brother ...

    No Thank You, We Like Pain

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