Wordsworth, Tintern Abbey

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Tintern Abbey Monmouthshire Wales: Make side trip while visiting Cardiff in July, check for year of Shakespearean Festival to coordinate.

Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire, Wales While with an eye made quiet by the power Of harmony, and the deep power of joy, We see into the life of things. -Wordsworth from 'Tintern Abbey'

Tintern Abbey, Wales, UK

The view from of Tintern Abbey, Wales Beautiful view. My Aesthetica: Places on my list: Tintern Abbey

The Effects of Nature: Wordsworth and Tintern Abbey | Jane ...

The Effects of Nature: Wordsworth and Tintern Abbey

Tintern Abbey, Wales, is a Cistercian abbey standing in picturesque ruins on the southeastern border of Wales. Tintern was the first Cistercian monastery founded in Wales and only the second to be founded in all of Britain.

Tintern Abbey is one of the most beautiful and holy places that I have ever been.

Looking out from the inside of Tintern Abbey, Wales Such a beautiful place. love the inside architecture. My Aesthetica: Places on my list: Tintern Abbey

Tintern Abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII.  The ruins are 881 years old.  #travel

Tintern Abbey in south Wales was dissolved by Henry VIII. Tintern Abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII. The Abbey is 881 years old.

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Wordsworth, Tintern Abbey on the Divine Presence that reveals itself in the world around us.

Wordsworth, Tintern Abbey on the Divine Presence that reveals itself in the world around us.

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The Allen Ginsberg Project: Meditation and Poetics - 36 (William Wordsworth) [Tintern Abbey - Gothic Cistercian Abbey Ruins on the River Wye in South Wales - immortalized in William    Wordsworth's poem]

The Allen Ginsberg Project: Meditation and Poetics - 36 (William Wordsworth) [Tintern Abbey - Gothic Cistercian Abbey Ruins on the River Wye in South Wales - immortalized in William Wordsworth's poem]

A clear infographic on "Pride and Prejudice"  Also by Tweetspeak Poetry, check these Pride & Prejudice poems, etc. (we surmise)  A Red, Red Rose. Robert Burns  Tintern Abbey. William Wordsworth  Sonnet 116. William Shakespeare  The Faerie Queene, Dedicatory Sonnets. Edmund Spenser  The Flea. John Donne  The Rape of the Lock. Alexander Pope  A Modest Proposal. Jonathan Swift

Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice! What a great little infographic to get young people interested in reading Pride and Prejudice

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