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William Wordsworth (1770-1850) – On a Major London Crossing

World, you just can’t show anything so fair! What kind of dismal spirit could pass by a sight so touching? Such nobility! This City now has clothing on. Such flair! A matutinal glory, for our Mayor – cupolas, atria, auditoria, … Continue reading

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