3 edition of A guide to the Lakes found in the catalog.
A guide to the Lakes
by printed for Richardson and Urquhart, and W. Pennington, Kendal in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 6041, no. 01.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||203|
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I read this in the edition 'The Illustrated Wordsworth's Guide to the Lakes' - edited by Peter Bicknell, (ISBN )The illustrations, all from artists contemporary with Wordsworth, add a lot to the book, but the text is fascinating and much of it still helpful in appreciating the Lake District/5(7).
Buy The Good Guide to the Lakes by Holman, Tom, Davies, Hunter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(8). For a time, Wordsworth was even better known for his ‘Guide to the Lakes’ (first published in and reissued in several different editions) than he was for his poetry.
He described the Lake District in this guide as ‘a sort of national property,’ in reaction to the unwelcome changes that were occurring in the landscape. William Ford's Map of the Lake District, ; from his guide book, 3rd edn John Garnett's Map of the English Lakes, ss.
Used as the base map for A guide to the Lakes book geological map in Martineau's guide book. Lakes are plentiful, of course: to the west of Windermere is Coniston Water and west of here are Wasdale valley and Wastwater, the deepest lake in England.
North of Wastwater you’ll find Lake Buttermere, absurdly scenic from all angles, and east of Buttermere is Borrowdale and Derwentwater, with its lovely wooded islands. Further east, Ullswater is arguably the most majestic of the lot, and. Guide to the lakes, fifth edition () With an introduction, appendices, and notes textual and illustrative; by Wordsworth, William, A Guide to the Lakes Thomas WEST ( - ) In the late eighteenth century, English writers discovered the landscape, not only in the paintings of Claude Lorrain, Nicolas Poussin and Salvator Rosa, but also as a place to be visited and viewed as if it were a picture.
Featuring more graphics, photos, and illustrations than ever, all printed in full color, the new edition of this engaging book is a perfect resource for general readers, teachers, and students looking for an easy-to-follow guide to the Great Lakes fishery.
Last Updated on Janu Plitvice Lakes National Park is undeniably one of the most beautiful places in Croatia, and perhaps even in all of Europe. Home to a series of 16 interconnected lakes with unbelievably clear turquoise waters and over 90 mesmerising waterfalls, Plitvice is a place of true natural beauty – so it’s no surprise that it’s been a UNESCO World Heritage.
Reprint of 5th ed. with De Sélincourt's introduction and notes, London: Henry Frowde, 5th ed. originally published as 'A guide through the district of the lakes in the North of England', Kendall Hudson & Nicholson, Godley Books (GB) Bookseller Inventory # Title Guide to the Lakes Author Wordsworth, William and De Selincourt, Ernest (editor) Format/binding Paperback Book condition Used - Near Very Good Binding Paperback ISBN 10 X ISBN 13 Publisher Oxford University Press Place of Publication Oxford Date published Keywords.
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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Cumbria. Lake District, Guidebooks. Early works (BNB/PRECIS). Facsimile reprint of 5th ed. with de Sélincourt introduction and notes, London: Henry Frowde, th ed.
originally published: as 'A guide through the district of the lakes in the North of England'. Your journey outside begins with Great Lakes Guide. Discover outdoor places and activities in the Great Lakes region including parks, beaches, and trails.
Create a new account. Create your Great Lakes Guide account and save your favourite posts, destinations, submit your comments and share pictures. No list would be complete without a selection of Lake District walking guide books and in particular Wainwright walks books.
If you are visiting the Lake District you may also enjoy my “Lake District in one day Itinerary” which includes all the best things to do and see in the Lakes.
ANGLERS' QUICK GUIDE TO LAKES IN THE AREA AUGIER LAKE is approximately 19 km long and is 32 km northwest of Burns Lake. Located a few miles past Pinkut Lake, it. For Love of Lakes weaves a delightful tapestry of history, scienc e, emotion, and poetry for all who love lakes or enjoy nature writing.
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A Guide to the Lakes (okUs) submitted 9 minutes ago by BestBookUs In the late eighteenth century, English writers discovered the landscape, not only in the paintings of Claude Lorrain, Nicolas Poussin and Salvator Rosa, but also as a place to be visited and viewed as if it were a picture.
Buy a cheap copy of A Guide to the Lakes in Cumberland, book by Thomas West. Free shipping over $GENERALLY CONSIDERED, IS WELL PAST THE ZENITH OF WORDSWORTH'S power as a poet.
Both The River Duddon and The Guide to the Lakes, appearing together inare usually read in comparison with, and in terms of, work written very close to the century mark, as narratives of self and as celebrations of Wordsworth's blessed region.