Wordsworth, Letter Quoting Daffodils
In defiance of those who preferred sophistication over instinct and emotion, William Wordsworth (1770–1850) helped the Romantic revolution take flight. This Paperblanks journal celebrates Wordsworth’s legacy with an excerpt of a letter he wrote to his friends, defending his work and quoting lines from his now famous “Daffodils” poem (“I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”).
- Cover: Hardcover
- Binding: Smyth Sewn
- Memento pouch: Yes