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" On Friday evening the moon hung over the northern side of the highest point of Silver How, like a gold ring snapped in two, and shaven off at the ends, it was so narrow. Within this ring lay the circle of the round moon, as distinctly to be seen as ever... "
Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth - Page 98
by Dorothy Wordsworth - 1897
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The life of William Wordsworth, Volume 1

William Angus Knight - 1889
...brought two new stanzas of Euth. . . . " Monday Morning. A soft rain and mist. We walked to Rydal for letters. The vale looked very beautiful in excessive...William had observed the same appearance at Keswick, . . . hanging over the Newland Fells. . . . " Tuesday Morning. William was reading in Ben Jonson....
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Wordsworth and His Circle

David Watson Rannie - English literature - 1907 - 360 pages
...are seen afresh, and invested with undying interest. Is it the old moon in the new moon's arms ? " On Friday evening the moon hung over the northern...William had observed the same appearance at Keswick." Is it a birch tree in a strong October wind ? " It was yielding to the gusty wind with all its tender...
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Romantic Revisions

Robert Brinkley, Keith Hanley - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 368 pages
...description of the now significant moon significant because Wordsworth had noticed it too: 8 March 1802 . . . On friday Evening the Moon hung over the Northern...point of Silver How, like a gold ring snapped in two & shaven offat the Ends it was so narrow. Within this Ring lay the Circle of the Round moon, as distinctly...
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Language of the Eyes, The

Daryl Ogden - Social Science
...her sights on Silver How where "the moon hung over the northern side of [its] highest point . . . , like a gold ring snapped in two and shaven off at the ends, it was so narrow. Within this ring lay the circle of the round moon, as distinctly to be seen as ever...
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