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He is most probably familiar with William Gilpin's Observations on the River Wye (1782), and his enthusiasm is still for the picturesque (cf. the opening and 11. 72-83 of 'Lines', which he composed after revisiting Tintern Abbey in 1798). At Goodrich Castle he meets the little girl of 'We are Seven'. Much further along the Wye, probably between Builth Wells and Rhayader, he walks and talks with a wild rover, the original of Peter Bell. ) What sight-seeing W did on his way north is not known; as much as he could, one suspects.
He has been hewing wood and rooting up hedges. Basil is making more physical than moral progress; for one thing, he 'lies like a little devil' (L1, 168). 21 W tells Mathews they plant cabbages, into which, according to one of his London friends, they will be transformed. He has returned to reading, and attempts to write satires. He hopes M has kept the list of his books, and asks him to call at Montagu' s to ensure they are securely sent on to him. ' Godwin has sent him a copy of his second edition of Political Justice, and he thinks the preface badly written.
D sends him copies of the lines omitted from the poem by the printer, and of additional lines which W had considered inserting near the beginning of the second part. 27 W and D leave Greta Hall, after a stay of eight days, during STC' s illness. A delightful walk home with a full moon over Helvellyn. 29 Writing on this visit, D tells Mary H that Mrs C is an excellent mother (breast-feeding Derwent) but incompatible with STC, chiefly because she lacks 'sensibility'. W is always ill when he tries to revise his poems, more so than when he writes new.