Coleridge and the Armoury of the Human Mind: Essays on his Prose Writings

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Peter J. Kitson, Thomas N. Corns
Routledge, 17 jun. 2016 - 128 pagina's

First published in 1991, this book collects a broad array of path-finding scholarship by specialists in Coleridge and Romantic literature on the subject of his prose. They range from broad appraisals of Coleridge’s own critical practises; demonstrations of the fecundity of his autobiography, the Biographia Literaria, for contemporaries; the effect of Milton and the radical polemicists of the English Civil War on Coleridge’s early political and religious dissent; and the influence of the Hebrew prophetic tradition in his move away from the conjectural millenarianism of his youth towards the interpretation of Prophecy and a symbolic narrative.

 

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Introduction
1
Coleridge as Critic
4
Coleridges Notebook Scribblings
18
The Ideology of the Commonwealthsman in Coleridges The Plot Discovered
36
Coleridge Kabbalah and the Book of Daniel
63
De Quinceys Confessions of an English Opium Eater and ST Coleridges Biographia Literaria
78
Autobiography Idealism and Writing in Coleridges Biographia Literaria
99
Charles Lambs Letter of Elia to Robert Southey
115
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