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William Wordsworth

Person  Male  Born 7/4/1770  Died 23/4/1850

Categories: Poetry, Seriously Famous

Romantic poet. Born Cumberland, with the perfect name for a poet (see Isambard Brunel for more examples of nominative determinism). Died Grasmere, the Lake District. Passing through London in July 1802 on his way to visit his ex-mistress and their daughter in France he was impressed with the view from Westminster Bridge and composed: "Earth hath not anything to show more fair....".

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William Wordsworth

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Stockwell War Memorial

The design of this Portland stone clock tower was chosen through competition ...

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