The Golden Store – An illustrated selection of poetry


The Golden Store is for first-time readers of Wordsworth’s poetry. Follow him as a boy through the seasons of the year in his Lake District home. His poetry captures the excitement of ice-skating in winter, summer days on the lakes or roaming the mountains – the frightening moments and tragedies. Here too is his passion for nature, his amazement as big city life and his experiences as he treks around Europe. Meet the people in Wordsworth’s world with their mysteries and dark stories. Meet also his sister Dorothy whose observations of people and nature are so vividly drawn in the journal she kept of their lives together. Here is Wordsworth’s poetry in all its rich variety for you to enjoy.

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The Golden Store – An illustrated selection of poetry by William Wordsworth. Compiled and illustrated by Nancy Martin (Paperback)

Publisher: The Wordsworth Trust
ISBN: 9781870787918
Number of pages: 105
Publication date: 2004


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Wordsworth Grasmere

Nestled away in a beautiful historic hamlet in Grasmere sits Dove Cottage, home of the great English poet William Wordsworth and his sister Dorothy. The Cottage transports visitors back to the early 1800s, where Wordsworth wrote many of his greatest poems and his sister Dorothy kept her Grasmere journal. Open during winter Tuesday - Saturday, 10.00am – 4.00pm (last entry 3.20pm). Every purchase supports our work connecting people, communities and poetry. Book your visit on our website:

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