Anna Wingfield (3283)

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Wordsworth's British Empire: Liberty, Property, and the Slave Question

Hometown: Concord, Virginia

Department: English

Advisor: Kim Wheatley

 

My Honors Thesis will investigate the development of William Wordsworth's ideologies on slavery, property, and freedom throughout his lifetime. This research will be significant to the expansion of Romanticism because it will bridge a gap between the universal nature of the literature and the political and historical implications of the time.

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