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The Complete Poems Librarian Note Alternate Cover Edition For ISBN 10 0140423532 O Pure Of Heart Thou Need St Not Ask Of Me What This Strong Music In The Soul May Be One Of The Major Figures Of English Romanticism, Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1772 1834 Created Works Of Remarkable Diversity And Imaginative Genius The Period Of His Creative Friendship With William Wordsworth Inspired Some Of Coleridge S Best Known Poems, From The Nightmarish Vision Of The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner And The Opium Inspired Kubla Khan To The Sombre Passion Of Dejection An Ode And The Medieval Ballad Christabel His Meditative Conversation Poems, Such As Frost At Midnight And This Lime Tree Bower Mr Prison, Reflect On Remembrance And Solitude, While Late Works, Such As Youth And Age And Constancy To An Ideal Object, Are Haunting Meditations On Mortality And Lost Love.This Volume Contains The Final Texts Of All The Poems Published During Coleridge S Lifetime And A Substantial Selection From Those Still In Manuscript At His Death, Arranged In Chronological Order Of Composition To Show His Development As A Poet Also Included Are An Introduction, Table Of Dates, Further Reading, Extensive Notes, And Indexes Of Titles And First Lines.

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  1. says:

    This volume is a compendium of Coleridge s poems I essentially focused my reading on one of them, the longest and, perhaps, the most famous, namely The Rime of the Ancient Mariner The story told is somewhat tortuous a ships gets lost in Antactica, the mariner shoots an albatross, he then has to carry the bird s corpse as a burden, a phantom ship appears and the crew dies Finally the mariner reaches the homeland and is rescued by a hermit.But what really is fascinating about this poem ar This volume is a compendium of Coleridge s poems I essentially focused my reading on one of them, the longest and, perhaps, the most famous, namely The Rime of the Ancient Mariner The story told is somewhat tortuous a ships gets lost in Antactica, the mariner shoots an albatross, he then has to carry the bird s corpse as a burden, a phantom ship appears and the crew dies Finally the mariner reaches the homeland and is rescued by a hermit.But what really is fascinating about this poem are the images e.g All in a hot and copper sky The bloody sun at noon, Right up above the mast did stand, No bigger than the moon , andeven, the sounds and rhythms of Cloredige stanzas, often based on repetitions The Ice ...


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    I feel like a hypocrite adding this, since its a collected edition and I m only really a fan of a few of his poems The thing is, the few I m a fan of are some of the best poems I ve ever read Rime , Aeolian Harp , Frost At Midnight.He could barely contain the imagination he held so close in some of these masterpieces Read him at his best and you won t be dissapointed.He used to walk fervently up the street, conversation companion in tow, talking loudly and forcefully, switching sides e I feel like a hypocrite adding this, since its a collected edition and I m only really a fan of a few of his poems The thing is, the few I m a fan of are some of the best poems I ve ever read Rime , Aeolian Harp , Frost At Midnight.He could barely contain the imagination he held so close in some of these masterpieces Read him at his best and you won t be dissapointed.He used to walk fervently up the street, conversation companion in tow, talking loudly and forcefully, switc...


  3. says:

    YES I HAVE READ ALL OF THEM I EVEN CITED CRISTOBEL IN A PAPER ABOUT LESBIAN VAMPIRES IN SEVENTIES FRENCH CINEMA


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    I mainly read this for the classic poems, while keeping an eye out for any lesser known gems I found The Rime of the Ancient Mariner to be very much deserving of fame I ve never read anything quite like that I m rather late to the party, I know I m pleased that I never had it ruined by having it taught to me in a school, as drudging through it line by line would take away from its immediate punch Christabel was interesting, but felt very much unfinished to me Kubla Khan is utterly sublim I mainly read this for the classic poems, while keeping an eye out for any lesser known gems I found The Rime of the Ancient Mariner to be very much deserving of fame I ve never read anything quite like that I m rather late to the party, I know I m pleased that I never had it ruined by having it taught to me in a school, as drudging through it line by line would take away from its immediate punch Christabel was interesting, but felt very much unfinished to me Kubla Khan is utterly sublime in fact, I got this book because I read it and it intrigued me It s abstruse, but I find some new feeling every time I come back to it And as for those lesser known gems argh There aren t many, to be brutally honest The majority of the collection is made up of pleasant enough lines about love, nature, ...


  5. says:

    Christabel best ever what a ledge


  6. says:

    Coleridge s work ignited my love of poetry The depths and heights of his emotion have significantly influenced my view of the world and have inspired my imagination His greatness as a poet lies in his capacity to create vivid pictures through succinct and unforgettable lines This is a nice collection, and an upgrade from the only works of his that I own an anthology which only included Kublai Khan, Dejection an Ode, and a few of his other works This collection of works contains some of th Coleridge s work ignited my love of poetry The depths and heights of his emotion have significantly influenced my view of the world and have inspired my imagination His greatness as a poet lies in his capacity to create vivid pictures through succinct and unforgettable lines This is a nice collection, and an upgrade from the only works of his that I own an anthology which only included Kublai Khan, Dejection an Ode, and a few of his other works This collection of...


  7. says:

    excellent compilation


  8. says:

    Did Coleridge ever right a word that wasn t great I haven t come across anything he s written, criticism included, that I didn t think was brilliant One of my favorites, hands down.


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    IntroductionAcknowledgementsTable of DatesFurther Reading Easter Holidays Dura navis Nil pejus est caelibe vita Sonnet to the Autumnal Moon Julia Quae nocent docent The Nose Life To the Muse Destruction of the Bastile Anthem for the Children of Christ s Hospital Progress of Vice Monody on the Death of Chatterton first version Monody on the Death of Chatterton second version An Invocation Anna and Harland To the Evening Star Pain On a Lady Weeping Monody on a Tea Kettle G IntroductionAcknowledgementsTable of DatesFurther Reading Easter Holidays Dura navis Nil pejus est caelibe vita Sonnet to the Autumnal Moon Julia Quae nocent docent The Nose Life To the Muse Destruction of the Bastile Anthem for the Children of Christ s Hospital Progress of Vice Monody on the Death of Chatterton first version Monody on the Death of Chatterton second version An Invocation Anna and Harland To the Evening Star Pain On a Lady Weeping Monody on a Tea Kettle Genevieve On Receiving an Account that his Only Sister s Death Was Inevitable On Seeing a Youth Affectionately Welcomed by a Sister A Mathematical Problem Honour On Imitation Inside the Coach Devonshire Roads Music Absence A Farewell Ode on Quitting Sch...


  10. says:

    Picked off the shelf on a whim and what a pleasure My favourite poet His work is superb and his letters are intelligent and full of feeling and wisdom.

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