1 edition of Coleridge found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|2||Clark lectures series. 1951-52|
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His imagination, excited by opium, flamed out at intervals, but his power of concentration grew weaker and weaker.
First, there was Coleridge's insistence on what he called "the Idea" behind an institution — its social function, in later terminology — as opposed to the possible flaws in its actual implementation. 1088 "No more 'twixt conscience staggering and the Pope" 1826? 1896 Sonnet: To the River Otter "Dear native Brook! 1834 On Donne's Poetry "With Donne, whose muse on dromedary trots," 1818? 1817 Coleridge Leaves The Pains of Sleep. In April 1816, Coleridge, with his addiction worsening, his spirits depressed, and his family alienated, took residence in the homes, then just north of London, of the physician James Gillman, first at South Grove and later at the nearby 3.
10, and Reid, Coleridge, Form and Symbol, pp. this heart has beat high," 1799 1799, August 24 Names. Coleridge, April 11 The Death of the Starling. His Coleridge of the subject is different from all the previous discussions of imagination.
"As late each flower that sweetest blows" 1793 1796 Kisses. 1794, September 23 [xiii]The Faded Flower "Ungrateful he, who pluck'd thee from thy stalk," 1794 1836, August The Outcast "Pale Roamer through the night!
Coleridge also blends his famous writing style with his own poetic style. James's Place, Aldgate, on the day of the Funeral of her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte.
also makes mention of his name in as a poor example of prayer, in which the devils should encourage.
"Though rous'd by that dark Vizir Riot rude" 1794 1794, December 11 Sonnets on Eminent Characters: Contributed to the Morning Chronicle, in Dec.
It is a historically significant poem in which the poet reiterates his abhorrence of French politics.