In Britain, 200 years ago, a group of poets and novelists, known as the Romantics, pioneered an alternative way of looking at the world.

At a time when that world was becoming increasingly mechanized, and the pulse of life was becoming less human.

In their number were William Wordsworth, Mary Shelley and William Blake.

Their writings’ enduring power haunts us to this today and inspires us with visions of nature.

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