Birth date: April 07, 1770
Died: April 23, 1850
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I'm sorry, but I really don't see what the fuss is all about. After about 50 interminable pages of condescending poetic hokum in the form of Wordsworth's famous (infamous?) Preface, you get to the poems, which are, you know, nice and all, some of them have good rhymes, there are some undoubtedly bea...
As a freshman in high school, I took Brit Lit this year. We read A Tale of Two Cities and Lord of the Flies over the summer, and I absolutely could not stand (or understand) ATTC, and LOTF was not much better. We started off the year with Beowulf, which was decent but a little to predictable for my ...
I'm afraid I have to agree with this review on Goodreads: "There is great poetry here, salting an interminable field of twaddle." The great--well, it's so great it pulls the rating up to a three, "I liked it" and am glad I didn't miss it, and this is one of the great poets of the English language. I...
Conversation with Not while crossing Westminster Bridge earlier this afternoon:N: Let's get off this bridge and go somewhere where there aren't so many fucking tourists.Me: Hey! Remember Earth hath not anything to show more fair![Pause]N: Than what?
4.5 Stars.***Read For School***