Coleridge's Experimental Poetics by J. Mays
(Nineteenth-Century Major Lives and Letters)

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Coleridge has been perceived as the youthful author of a few brilliant poems. This study argues that his poetry is actually a continuous process of experimentation and provides a new perspective on both familiar and unfamiliar poems, as well as the relation between Coleridge's poetry and philosophical thinking.
 

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Published March 6, 2013 by Palgrave Macmillan. 305 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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The Fortnightly Review

Mays – the distinguished Coleridge editor who is also responsible for the Princeton Poetical Works of 2001 – begins with a fascinating account of the reception history, not only of Coleridge’s work, but of the figure of Coleridge the poet, Coleridge the theologian, and Coleridge the metaphysician...

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