“Remembering Wordsworth” is a fantastic collection of essays and other assorted writings by various authors discussing the life and work of this seminal poet, not to be missed by lovers of poetry and those with an interest Wordsworth’s life both public and private. Contents include: “William Wordsworth, by Hattie Tyng Griswold”, “WM. Wordsworth, by Elbert Hubbard”, “Wordsworth’s Poetry, Delivered Extempore At Manchester, by George Macdonald”, “In Wordsworth’s Country, by John Burroughs”, “William Wordsworth, by Henry Cabot Lodge & Francis W. Halsey”, “Wordsworth, by Walter Horatio Pater”, “The English Lakes, by F. W. H. Myers”, “Wordsworth, by John Morley”, etc. William Wordsworth (1770–1850) was an English Romantic poet famous for helping to usher in the Romantic Age in English literature with the publication of “Lyrical Ballads” (1798), which he co-wrote with Samuel Taylor Coleridge. His best known work is perhaps “The Prelude”, a semi-autobiographical poem from his early years which was changed and expanded many times throughout his life. He was poet laureate of Britain between 1843 until his death in 1850.