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Introduction 1 1. A "World of Shades": The Birth of Community in the Juvenilia 27 2. Grief and Dwelling in the Cambridge Poems, including An Evening Walk 47 3. Genre, Politics, and Community in the Salisbury Plain Poems 67 4. Shades of Mourning and the One Life in The Ruined Cottage 97 5. Elegies, Epitaphs, and Legacies of Loss in Lyrical Ballads 127 6. Grieving and Dwelling in the Five-Book Prelude and Home at Grasmere 163 7. "A New Controul" in Poems in Two Volumes and The Excursion 193Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850 Criticism and interpretation, Death in literature, Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850 Political and social views, Literature and society England History 19th century, Elegiac poetry, English History and criticism, Mourning customs in literature, Community in literature, Grief in literature