The Observer magazine - Wordsworth cover (29 March 1970)
The Observer magazine - Wordsworth cover (29 March 1970) Fair to good condition - there is some light foxing to front cover and yellowing to pages throughout
WORDSWORTH: PRELUDE TO THE AGE OF POLLUTION - David Wright (the poet) revisits the landscapes of Wordsworth's excursions, in which he wrote the prologue to the coming industrial revolution and desecration of Britain
6 page feature
(includes half-page feature "The misfortunes of being William Wordsworth in 1970" (by the poet's great-great grandson)
FASHION - "The pregnant pause"
4 page fashion
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