Helen Maria Williams

Helen Maria Williams was a British poet and novelist. She’s also remembered as a translator and religious dissenter. She supported abolitionism and was controversial during her lifetime. Her poetry includes Edwin and Eltruda, A legendary tale and A Poem on the Bill Lately Passed for Regulating the Slave Trade.

A Song

‘A Song’ is a poem by Helen Maria Williams it has six sections. Each section consists of one stanza that has four lines and an ABAB rhyme scheme.

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