Composed Among the Ruins of a Castle in North Wales


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In celebration of Saint David's Day 2016 (or Dydd Dewi Sant), Librivox.org presents multiple readings of Composed Among the Ruins of a Castle in North Wales by William Wordsworth. Embodying the melancholy of the uniquely welsh word "hiraeth", which roughly translates as a sense of longing for a place that can never be returned to or that never was, this poem is a fitting tribute to the celebration of the patron saint of Wales Summary by Charlotte Duckett (0 hr 12 min)

Chapters

Composed Among the Ruins - Read by BK 1:33 Read by Bruce Kachuk
Composed Among the Ruins - Read by CAL 1:21 Read by Christine Lehman
Composed Among the Ruins - Read by CD 1:10 Read by Charlotte Duckett
Composed Among the Ruins - Read by DL 1:16 Read by David Lawrence
Composed Among the Ruins - Read by EL 1:20 Read by Newgatenovelist
Composed Among the Ruins - Read by GG 1:24 Read by Greg Giordano
Composed Among the Ruins - Read by LAH 1:17 Read by Lee Ann Howlett
Composed Among the Ruins - Read by MK 1:22 Read by Maria Kasper
Composed Among the Ruins - Read by RF 1:21 Read by Ryan Finch