Coleridge's Afterlives by J. VigusColeridge's Afterlives by J. Vigus

Coleridge's Afterlives

byJ. Vigus

Hardcover | July 24, 2008

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In this volume, thirteen essays examine the full breadth and variety of Coleridge's afterlives. Topics include philosophy, gender, imagination, American literature, South Asian literature, aesthetics, narrative, and poetry. It offers new research to the scholar, maps complex territory, and spans traditional period barriers in literary studies.
JOHN BEER is Emeritus Professor of English Literature at Cambridge University, UK FREDERICK BURWICK is Professor of English at University of California, Los Angeles, USA PAUL HAMILTON is Professor of English and Drama at Queen Mary and Westfield, University of London, UK ANTHONY JOHN HARDING is Professor of English at University of Sas...
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Title:Coleridge's AfterlivesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:269 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.69 inPublished:July 24, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230008283

ISBN - 13:9780230008281

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Table of Contents

Preface Coleridge's Textual Afterlives; J.Vigus 'Let not Bristol be ashamed?': Coleridge's Afterlife in the Early Recollections of Joseph Cottle; L.Pratt De Quincey on Coleridge; F.Burwick Romantic Fragments and Victorian Pluralisms: From Lyrical Ballads to Guesses at Truth; S.Prickett Gendering the Poet-Philosopher: Victorian 'Manliness' and Coleridgean 'Androgyny'; A.J.Harding Ralph Waldo Emerson and Coleridge's American Legacy; L.D.Walls 'The Luther of Brahmanism': Coleridge and the Reformation of Hinduism; D.S.Roberts 'I have strange powers of speech': Narrative Compulsion after Coleridge; D.Karlin The Sin in Sincerity: ethics, aesthetics, and a critical tradition from Coleridge to Wilde; J.Wright Imagination Amended: from Coleridge to Collingwood; D.Hedley Coleridge's German Absolutism; R.Wilson T. S. Eliot's Coleridge; S.Perry The Consummate Symbol: A Coleridge Tradition; P.Hamilton Afterword; J.Beer Bibliography Index