The standard edition of Wordsworth is that edited by ** W. Knight,
1882-1886, Poetical Works, 8 volumes; Prose Works, 2 volumes.
There is a good edition of the * Poetical Works, complete in 1 volume,
with Wordsworth's Prefaces, published by The Macmillan Co. at $1.75.
* KNIGHT (W.), William Wordsworth, 3 volumes, 1889 (the standard
biography.) WordSWORTH (Chr.), Memoirs of William Wordsworth, 2
volumes, 1851. Hoop (E. P.), William Wordsworth; A Biography, 1856.
SYMINGTON (A. J.), William Wordsworth; A Biographical Sketch, with
Selections from his Writings in Poetry and Prose, 2 volumes, 1881.
* MYERS (F. W. H.), William Wordsworth, English Men of Letters' Se-
ries, 1881 (the best brief biography, with adequate criticism). SUTH-
ERLAND (J. M.), William Wordsworth ; the Story of his Life, with criti-
cal remarks on his Writings, 1887. ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA, Words-
worth, by Prof. W. Minto, Vol. XXIV, pp. 668-676, 1888. WORDSWORTH
(Elizabeth), William Wordsworth, 1891. Gothein (M.), Wordswortlı,
Sein Leben, seine Werke, Halle, 1898. RALEIGH (W. A.), Wordsworth,
1903. See also LEE (Edmund), Dorothy Wordsworth.
PERSONAL REMINISCENCES AND CONTEMPORARY CRITICISM
* WORDSWORTH, The Prelude, the Preface to the Lyrical Ballads, etc.
* Wordsworth (Dorothy), Journal, and Recollections of a Tour made in
* CORIDGE (S. T.), Biographia Literaria ; Chap. 4, 5,
14, 17, 19, 20, and especially 22. COLERIDGE (S. T.), Poems ; To
William Wordsworth. "COTTLE (J.), Early Recollections of S. T. Coler-
idge. SOUTHEY (R.), Life and Correspondence: Chap. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,
15, 19, 26, 32, 36. TalFOURD (T. N.), Memorials of Lamb: especially
Chap. 6 and 7. JEFFREY (Lord Francis), Edinburgh Review, No. 21,
art. 14, Wordsworth's Poems; * No. 47, art. 1, Wordsworth's Excursion,
a Poem; No. 50, art. 4, Wordsworth's White Doe of Rylstone: also in
his Critical Essays. Hazlitt, (William), * My First Acquaintance with
Poets; The Spirit of the Age OIIUNT (Leigh), The Seer, I., 204: Words.
worth and Milton. DE QUINCEY (Thomas), Works, edited by David
Masson ; Vols. II and III, Recollections of Wordsworth, etc. ; Vol. V, On
Wordsworth's Poetry; and especially Vol. XI, Wordsworth (Essay of
1845): LANDOR (W. S.), Imaginary Conversations ; Southey and Poison.
* Robinson (H. C.), Diary, passim (see Index). PROCTOR (B. W.), Auto-
biographical Fragment. I MITFORÐ (M. R.), Recollections of a Literary
Life. ICARLYLE, Reminiscences. 'DUFFY (C. Gavan), Conversations with
Carlyle. *Mill (J. S.), Autobiography, Chapter V. COLERIGE (Sara), Me.
moirs and Letters. Wilson (John), Essays. "Taylor (H), Critical
Essays on Poetry.