Doctoral Student

Université Paris Cité, laboratoire LARCA

Research expertise

English romanticism; poetry; William Wordsworth



William Wordsworth, the worldly recluse

The literary career of William Wordsworth (1770-1850) spans nearly sixty years, charting not only his evolution from disaffected radical to Victorian sage, but also the events and changes that shaped his generation, and ultimately the British nation. At once a poet of the Lake District and, from 1843 onwards, the Poet Laureate, Wordsworth explored the concept of sociability on both local and national levels.