Reading Experience Database
1450-1945

Listing for Author: R. P Gillies

 

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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
 
1800-1849William Wordsworth to R. P.Gillies, 23 November 1814: 'I have to thank you ... for Egbert, which is pleasingly and v...William Wordsworth R. P. GilliesEgbert, or, The SuicideUnknown
1800-1849William Wordsworth to R. P.Gillies, 23 November 1814: 'I have peeped into the Ruminator, and turned to your first le...William Wordsworth R. P. GilliesRuminator, ThePrint: Book
1800-1849William Wordsworth to R. P.Gillies, 23 November 1814: 'Your longer poem I have barely looked into ... 'William Wordsworth R. P. GilliesChilde Alarique, a poet's reverie with other poemsPrint: Book
1800-1849William Wordsworth to R. P. Gillies, 22 December 1814: 'When your Letter arrived I was in the act of reading to Mrs W[...William Wordsworth R. P. GilliesExile, ThePrint: Book
1800-1849William Wordsworth to R. P. Gillies, 22 December 1814: 'I have read the Ruminator, and I fear that I do not like it qu...William Wordsworth R. P. GilliesThe RuminatorPrint: Book
1800-1849William Wordsworth to R. P. Gillies (postmarked 9 April 1816): 'Your obliging Present [new book of poems] reached me y...William Wordsworth R. P. GilliesIllustrations of a Poetical Character, in six Tales, with other PoemsPrint: BookUnknown
1800-1849William Wordsworth to R. P. Gillies: " ... your poem [Rinaldo] I have read with considerable attention."William Wordsworth R. P. GilliesRinaldo, a desultory PoemUnknown
'I have read your Poem. I like it better than any of the preceding ones.'William Wordsworth R. P. GilliesOswald, A Metrical TalePrint: Book

 

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