3 edition of Coleridge the talker found in the catalog.
Coleridge the talker
Richard Willard Armour
|Contributions||Howes, Raymond Floyd, 1903-,|
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|Number of Pages||480|
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Adam Nicolson takes on the role of English literature professor in "The Making of Poetry: Coleridge, the Wordsworths and Their Year of Marvels." Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Wordsworth and Wordworth's sister, Dorothy, lived near each other in in the rural Quantock Hills in Somerset, England, a bit southwest of Bristol/5(27).
Coleridge the Talker: A Series of Contemporary Descriptions and Comments, with a Critical Introduction Richard Armour Cornell University Press, - Poets, English - pages.
Coleridge’s nephew and son-in-law, Henry Nelson Coleridge, was also his faithful editor and scribe. Posterity has forgotten his brief legal career; his pamphlet inspired by the rick-burnings of ; and his description of an excursion he made with his uncle, the Bishop of Barbados, a pleasant little book entitled.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge has books on Goodreads with ratings. Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s most popular book is The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Samuel Taylor Coleridge (/ ˈ k oʊ l ə r ɪ dʒ /; 21 October – 25 July ) was an English poet, literary critic, philosopher and theologian who, with his friend William Wordsworth, was a founder of the Romantic Movement in England and a member of the Lake also shared volumes and collaborated with Charles Lamb, Robert Southey, and Charles en: Hartley Coleridge, Berkeley Coleridge.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge (21 October – 25 July ) was an English er with his friend William Wordsworth, Coleridge is often said to have started the Romantic movement in English was also a literary critic, philosopher and theologian.
Coleridge was born in Ottery St Mary, was the son of a minister, and the youngest of ten children. It's a very elegantly bound book with a great selection of Coleridge's poetry. I ended up taking off the book jacket, as I thought the hardback book itself was very beautiful and simple.
Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Sierrasu. out of 5 stars Lovely Volumes for Poetry Lovers/5(10). Samuel Taylor Coleridge is the premier poet-critic of modern English tradition, distinguished for the scope and influence of his thinking about literature as much as for his innovative Coleridge the talker book.
Active in the wake of the French Revolution as a dissenting pamphleteer and lay preacher, he inspired a brilliant generation of writers and attracted the patronage of progressive men of the rising middle. The best thing in the book is the whole sequence in Malta -- just dripping with sunlight Coleridge the talker book big echoey palaces and the Napoleonic war, and an (alas) temporary triumph in Coleridge's life.
I knew almost nothing about Coleridge's children until I read this -- Sara Coleridge is very interesting.5/5(12). Genre/Form: Interviews Quotations: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Armour, Richard, Coleridge the talker.
New York, Johnson Reprint Corp., Richard Holmes's Coleridge: Early Visions won the Whitbread Book of the Year dge: Darker Reflections, the long-awaited second volume, chronicles the last thirty years of his career (), a period of domestic and professional marriage foundered, his opium addiction increased, he quarreled bitterly with Wordsworth, and his son, Hartley/5.
Coleridge the talker; a series of contemporary descriptions and comments, with a critical introduction. This article examines the reputation of Samuel Taylor Coleridge as a talker and sage.
It suggests that Coleridge's celebrity as a sage and conversationalist was at its height during his stay with the Gillmans in Highgate, England from onwards, and especially the period after The article discusses the distinctive opinions he expressed to his numerous visitors in this period based on Author: David Vallins.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Oxford Handbook of Samuel Taylor Coleridge by Frederick Burwick at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or Author: Frederick Burwick. Samuel Taylor Coleridge, (born OctoOttery St.
Mary, Devonshire, England—died JHighgate, near London), English lyrical poet, critic, and Lyrical Ballads, written with William Wordsworth, heralded the English Romantic movement, and his Biographia Literaria () is the most significant work of general literary criticism produced in the English.
Coleridge the talker; a series of contemporary descriptions and comments, with a critical introd. by Richard W. Armour and Raymond F. Howes by Armour, Richard, Pages: Samuel Taylor Coleridge (21 October – 25 July ) was an English er with his friend William Wordsworth, Coleridge is often said to have started the Romantic movement in English literature.
Coleridge was born in Ottery St Mary, was the son of a minister, and the youngest of ten children. He attended the University of Cambridge, Jesus College, though he never earned.
In the first of his two volume biography of Coleridge, Richard Holmes presents an unforgettable portrait of his subject. Coleridge was a notorious talker who could converse on just about anything and, like the Ancient Mariner he created, there was something hypnotic about his monologues (one gets the impression that Coleridge often spoke but rarely engaged in actual conversation).Cited by: Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born in at Ottery St Mary, Devon, the youngest son of a clergyman.
A precocious reader and talker as a child, he was educated at Christ’s Hospital School, London, where he began his friendship with Charles Lamb and wrote his earliest poems, and Jesus College, : Ebook. Attention is given to his role as talker, journalist, critic, and philosopher, his politics, his religion, and his reputation in his own times and afterwards.
A chronology and guides to further reading complete the volume, making this an indispensable guide to Coleridge and his work. Coleridge's Lectures: Lectures On the History of Philosophy, Jeffrey Hipolito Coleridge as Reader: Marginalia, H.
Jackson Coleridge's Notebooks, Paul Cheshire Coleridge as Talker: Sage of Highgate, Table Talk, David Vallins Coleridge as Thinker: Logic and Opus Maximum, Murray Evans The Poetic Works Author: Frederick Burwick.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Author) Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born in at Ottery St Mary, Devon, the youngest son of a clergyman. A precocious reader and talker as a child, he was educated at Christ's Hospital School, London, where he began his friendship with Charles Lamb and.
Coleridge and Wordsworth spent a year in Nether Stowey working on the poems for this famous collection. In the end, Wordsworth demanded sole authorship credit (even though five poems, including the famed Rime of the Ancient Mariner, belonged to Coleridge) and booted Coleridge's beloved poem "Christabel" out of the 're not sure who died and crowned Wordsworth the poetry king, but this.
Bernard Lord Coleridge This for Remembrance ()and the anecdote by him published as a footnote to 30 Jul ( ln) is given in this edition from his commonplace book, now in the Library of the University of Pennsyl. In his early career he focused on serious literature, publishing (in ) a biography of the lesser English poet Bryan Waller Procter and inco-editing (with Raymond F.
Howes) a series of observations by contemporaries about Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Coleridge the Talker. Virginia Woolf cited this work in an essay stating, "Two pious.
The first was my friend the mystic poet Coleridge, a talker extraordinaire, who would recite forgotten passages from “Kubla Khan” and tell us about his opium dreams, his difficult friend. Samuel Taylor Coleridge, –, English poet and man of letters, b. Ottery St.
Mary, Devonshire; one of the most brilliant, versatile, and influential figures in the English romantic movement. Early Life The son of a clergyman, Coleridge was a precocious, dreamy child.
The occasional nature of Coleridge's remarks is another hazard. Ar mour and Howes have documented a fact that was obvious to every contemporary: Coleridge was a Talker.5 He was a performer with an acute sensitivity to his audience.
Not only his public lectures but also the letters, marginalia, and other ephemeral writings were generally. Richard Holmes's Coleridge: Early Visions won the Whitbread Book of the Year dge: Darker Reflections, the long-awaited second volume, chronicles the last thirty years of his career (), a period of domestic and professional marriage foundered, his opium addiction increased, he quarreled bitterly with Wordsworth, and his son, Hartley (a gifted poet himself /5().
This Cambridge Companion does full justice to the many facets of Coleridge's life and work. Specially commissioned essays focus on his major poems, his notebooks and the Biographia Literaria.
Attention is given to his role as talker, journalist, critic, and philosopher, his politics, religion, and his contemporary and subsequent reputation. Coleridge DID NOT WRITE The Waste Land, The Hollow Men, or Ash Wednesday -- THAT is why those are not in this book. He DIED in !. Read more.
Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from Canada. Top international reviews Amazon Customer. out of 5 stars a nice book. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Novem /5(11). This Cambridge Companion does full justice to the many facets of Coleridges life and work. Specially commissioned essays focus on his major poems, his notebooks and the Biographia Literaria.
Attention is given to his role as talker, journalist, critic, and philosopher, his politics, religion, and his contemporary and subsequent Rating: % positive.
Coleridge went to Malta in partly on account of his health, partly to escape from his marriage and perhaps from his long-term infatuation with Wordsworth's sister-in-law Sara Hutchinson, partly -- since Malta was a wartime base for the British fleet -- in hope of getting some kind of administrative post.
This volume of previously unpublished and uncited letters presents a remarkable, often moving, and extraordinary image of the Coleridge family during Samuel Taylor Coleridge's youth, particularly between andwhen the writer reached twenty-one.
Revealing the strength of a family suffering repeated losses, James Engell's edition offers a new, frank, yet sympathetic account of. Samuel Taylor Coleridge was one of the Romantic age's most enigmatic figures, a genius of astonishing diversity; author of some of the most famous poems in the English language; one of England's greatest critics and theorists of literature and imagination; as well as autobiographer, nature-writer, philosopher, theologian, psychologist, and talker.
We can't talk about British Romanticism without talking about William Wordsworth, the father of the whole she-bang. In fact, the beginning of British Romanticism as a literary movement is usually traced back to Wordsworth's publication of the collection of poems Lyrical Ballads inwhich he co-authored with his friend Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
delivered by Coleridge in Bristol in ; and Henry Nelson Coleridge’s Specimens of the Table Talk of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, a text that crystallizes a myth of Coleridge as talker. The body of the thesis is devoted to the narration of these three discursive.
Nominally an autobiography, Biographia Literaria ranges widely across the realms of philosophy, poetry and memoir, in Coleridge's trademark discursive style, providing a living glimpse of the great talker, the man who could hold his contemporaries in thrall for hours with his dazzling.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born in at Ottery St Mary, Devon, the youngest son of a clergyman. A precocious reader and talker as a child, he was educated at Christ's Hospital School, London, where he began his friendship with Charles Lamb and wrote his earliest poems, and Jesus College, Cambridge.
In Berkeley’s replacement of Nature as a book with the idea that it is the speech of God, Coleridge recognized a philosophy that promised a new relationship to God and nature, one that was premised neither on the Deist notion that God had created nature so he could separate himself from it and human beings, nor on the pantheistic idea that Author: Alan Bewell.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, an English poet, was born at Ottery St. Mary, England, Oct. 21, At the age of four he had read the Arabian Nights. Schooled at Christ’s Hospital, where he was poorly fed and badly taught, he afterward became a wide reader, reading Homer for the mere fun of it; and here he had as a school-comrade Charles Lamb.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born in at Ottery St Mary, Devon, the youngest son of a clergyman. A precocious reader and talker as a child, he was educated at Christ's Hospital School, London, where he began his friendship with Charles Lamb and wrote his earliest poems, and Jesus College, Cambridge/5(K).Folio Book composed of sheets that are folded once and printed on both sides, making two leaves and four pages.
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