Later that year, he married Mary Hutchinson, a childhood friend, and they had five children together. Wordsworth continued to write poetry with energy and passion over the next several years, and while fashionable critics such as Francis Jeffrey continued to snipe, his reputation and finances slowly improved.
He took his B. He was born one of five children to a modest land lawyer.
Wordsworth and Coleridge After returning from France, Wordsworth suffered emotionally and financially, but published his first books, An Evening Walk and Descriptive Sketches, in The two then spent some time moving between friends and relations in the Lake District. He would not see the child until He had been given a job in the civil service in and thereafter took the large house called Rydal Mount, near Grasmere, where he was to live the rest of his life.
During the long vacation of 20he went on a walking tour of France, Switzerland, Northern Italy and Germany over kilometres in total with his friend Robert Jonesat a time when the whole of France was in full enthusiasm in the initial phases of the Revolution.
Wordsworth seems to have been attempting to work out and justify his changing political and social ideas—ideas that had begun to develop intuitively during the process of poetic composition.
These opinions would be profoundly transformed over the coming years but never completely abandoned. Built in the 17th century as the Dove and Olive Bough Inn, the cottage was rented by the Wordsworths from December until May