Dove Cottage

Dove Cottage
a house in the village of Grasmere in the English Lake District where the poet William Wordsworth lived with his sister Dorothy from 1799 to 1808, after which it became the home of another poet, Thomas De Quincey.

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  • Dorothy Wordsworth — Dorothy Mae Ann Wordsworth (* 25. Dezember 1771 in Cockermouth, Cumberland (heute Cumbria), England; † 25. Januar 1855 in Rydal Mount bei Ambleside, England) war eine englische Poetin und …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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