A conversation between Judith Miller and Richard Wordsworth, an actor and descendant of William Wordsworth who came to Sacred Heart University in April 1988 to give a performance of his dramatic monologue, The Bliss of Solitude, based on the life of his ancestor. He speaks about his ancestors and his life today in the community of Grasmere.

Lecture given at the Romanticism Past and Present Institute for secondary school faculty, sponsored by Sacred Heart University and the Connecticut Humanities Council. The writers of these essays had the specific task of selecting and presenting their material with secondary school faculty and their students in mind.



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