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Pamphlets to Shakespeare. Faustus Translated by Samuel Taylor Coleridge from the Plays Two volume set. Samuel Taylor Coleridge George Whalley. Poems Variorum Text Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, a Musical Life. Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Fine Arts. Attacking the State 3.
Defending the Constitution 4. Liberty and Law 5. Morality and Will 6. Science and Nature 7. History and Life 8. Defending the Church 9. Attacking the Doctrine Conclusion.
Mary Shelley , who knew Coleridge well, mentions The Rime of the Ancient Mariner twice directly in Frankenstein , and some of the descriptions in the novel echo it indirectly. Although William Godwin , her father, disagreed with Coleridge on some important issues, he respected his opinions and Coleridge often visited the Godwins. Mary Shelley later recalled hiding behind the sofa and hearing his voice chanting The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Lewis also makes mention of his name in The Screwtape Letters as a poor example of prayer, in which the devils should encourage.
Although his father was an Anglican vicar, Coleridge worked as a Unitarian preacher between and He eventually returned to the Church of England in Despite being mostly remembered today for his poetry and literary criticism, Coleridge was also perhaps in his own eyes primarily a theologian. His writings include discussions of the status of scripture, the doctrines of the Fall , justification and sanctification, and the personality and infinity of God.
A key figure in the Anglican theology of his day, his writings are still regularly referred to by contemporary Anglican theologians. Maurice , F. Hort , F. Robertson , B. Coleridge was also a profound political thinker.
While he began his life as a political radical, and an enthusiast for the French Revolution; over the years Coleridge developed a more conservative view of society, somewhat in the manner of Burke. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Coleridge disambiguation. This article is about the early 19th-century English poet.
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The Author's obligations to critics, and the probable occasion—Principles of modern criticism—Mr. He published other writings while he was living at the Gillman homes, notably the Lay Sermons of and , Sibylline Leaves , Hush , Aids to Reflection , and On the Constitution of the Church and State Wordsworth's earlier poems—On fancy and imagination—The investigation of the distinction important to the Fine Arts. But what gives an additional and more ludicrous absurdity to these lamentations is the curious fact, that if in a volume of poetry the critic should find poem or passage which he deems more especially worthless, he is sure to select and reprint it in the review; by which, on his own grounds, he wastes as much more paper than the author, as the copies of a fashionable review are more numerous than those of the original book; in some, and those the most prominent instances, as ten thousand to five hundred. Coleridge joined Southey in a plan, soon abandoned, to found a utopian commune -like society, called Pantisocracy , in the wilderness of Pennsylvania.
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