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Willy Wordsworth


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 : [nursery rhymes]

Dorothy Wordsworth to Mary Hutchinson, 1 February 1813: 'Willy [Wordsworth, the poet's son] is now beside me ... He has taken up a book, and there he reads fragments of a hundred little songs - about Cock Robin, pussy cat and all sorts of things. he is very entertaining; but one half of the heart is sad while the other laughs at his strange fancies.'

Century: 1800-1849     Reader/Listener/Group: Willy Wordsworth      Print: Book


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