The Lucy Poems

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  15. ^ a b Wordsworth 1967, 236
  16. ^ a b c Moorman 1968, 422
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  21. ^ De Quincey 1839, 247
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  28. ^ a b Matlak 1978, 46
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  49. ^ a b Jones 1995, 8
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