Coleridge's Afterlives

Hardcover | September 15, 2008

EditorJames Vigus

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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.

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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 ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.69 inPublished:September 15, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230008283

ISBN - 13:9780230008281

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Table of Contents

Introduction--J.Beer * De Quincey on Coleridge--F.Burwick * 'In the Possession of Mr. Cottle'--L.Pratt * Romantic Fragments and Victorian Pluralisms: From Lyrical Ballads to Guesses at Truth--S.Prickett * 'That Gallant Band of Platonico-Wordsworthian-Coleridgean-anti-Utilitarians'--J.Vigus * Gendering the Poet-Philosopher: Victorian Manliness and Coleridgean Androgyny; A.J.Harding * Ralpho Waldo Emerson and Coleridge's American Legacy--L.Dassow Walls * 'The Mariner hath his will': Narrative Power After Coleridge--D.Karlin * The Sin in Sincerity: A Critical Tradition from Coleridge to Wilde--J.Wright * Imagination from Coleridge to Collingwood--D.Hedley * T. S. Eliot's Coleridge--S.Perry * The Giant's Hand Severed? Coleridge's Kant Today--R.Wilson * 'The Consummate Symbol': Coleridge's Future for Philosophy--P.Hamilton