Coleridge's Principles Of Criticism; Chapters I., Iii., Iv., Xiv.-xxii Of "biographia Literaria" by Samuel Taylor ColeridgeColeridge's Principles Of Criticism; Chapters I., Iii., Iv., Xiv.-xxii Of "biographia Literaria" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Coleridge's Principles Of Criticism; Chapters I., Iii., Iv., Xiv.-xxii Of "biographia Literaria"

bySamuel Taylor Coleridge

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895. Excerpt: ... NOTES. CHAPTER I. Page 2,1. 14. 1. This is a slip of memory not uncommon with Coleridge. The first volume of poems was published in 1796, entitled Poems on Various Subjects, by S. T. Coleridge, late of Jesus College, Cambridge. "Felix curarum, cui non Heleconia cordi Serta, nec imbelles Parnassi e vertice laurus! Sed viget ingenium, et magnos accinctus in usus Fert animus quascunque vices,--non tristia vitae Solamur cantu."--Stat. Silv., Lib. IV., 4. London: Printed for G. G. and J. Robinsons, and J. Cottle, bookseller, Bristol, 1796. This volume contained four sonnets by Lamb, signed " C. L." L. 21. 2. The treatment of the poems by the reviews and magazines was a damning with faint praise. L. 31.3. The Monthly Magazine thought the Religious Musings reached the "top scale of sublimity," and it was regarded by the poet's friends as the masterpiece of the volume. P. 3,1. 9. I. In the preface to the third edition, of Juvenile Poems, 1803, Coleridge uses this very language, and acknowledges that in many respects the feelings were exaggerated and the expression turgid. He cites both Shakespeare and Milton as illustrations of the same exuberance of feeling in their earlier works. This preface is reprinted in the edition of his poems edited by Derwent and Sara Coleridge, and published by Edward Moxon, 1852. L. 17. 2. Cf. Preface to the edition of Coleridge's poems, edited by Derwent and Sara Coleridge, 1852, or to the last edition of the poet's works, 1893. P. 4,1. 4. 1. Cf. Poems Written in Youth, in the edition of 1852, or in Vol. I. Aldine edition, edited by T. Ashe. L. 6. 2. Rev. James Bowyer, head-master of Christ's Hospital. Cf. Lamb's Recollections of Christ's Hospital (1813), and Christ's Hospital Five and Twenty Years Ago (1820). In a letter to his brot...
Title:Coleridge's Principles Of Criticism; Chapters I., Iii., Iv., Xiv.-xxii Of "biographia Literaria"Format:PaperbackDimensions:66 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.14 inPublished:January 31, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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