Sublime Coleridge: The Opus Maximum by M. EvansSublime Coleridge: The Opus Maximum by M. Evans

Sublime Coleridge: The Opus Maximum

byM. Evans

Hardcover | September 6, 2012

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Sublime Coleridge focuses on the role of the Opus Maximum in explaining Samuel Taylor Coleridge's ideas about religion, psychology, and the sublime. This book is an introduction, a reader's guide, and an interpretation of this central text in British Romanticism.
Murray J. Evans is a professor of English at the University of Winnipeg.
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Title:Sublime Coleridge: The Opus MaximumFormat:HardcoverDimensions:199 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.69 inPublished:September 6, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023034139X

ISBN - 13:9780230341395

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Table of Contents

List of Tables List of Figures Preface Acknowledgments Abbreviations Introduction: Opus Maximum: Contexts Reading 'Will': A Primer for the Opus Maximum 'Divine Ideas' and Coleridge's Two Rhetorics of 'Idea' Human Subjects in the Opus Maximum Arguing for the Trinity: Rhetoric and the 'Divine Tetractys' The Opus Maximum and Coleridge's Sublime Appendix: Location in Sublime Coleridge of Summaries of Each Section of Opus Maximum Works Cited

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'Sublime Coleridge is the first comprehensive study of the Opus Maximum, those surviving fragments of what Coleridge considered to be 'the principal Labour' and 'great Object' of his intellectual life. Focusing on key concepts in the Opus Maximum the will, divine ideas, the Trinity, the self, the sublime Evans carefully explicates the internal development of Coleridge's argument and knowledgeably relates that argument to the larger body of Coleridge's writings, both in prose and in verse. Sublime Coleridge will be welcomed not only by Coleridgeans but by all those interested in nineteenth-century British religious thought.' - Nicholas Halmi, University of Oxford'The unfinished and only recently published Opus Maximum is the most difficult of Coleridge's works but it was in his view the most important. The first sustained analysis, Sublime Coleridge provides a welcome guide to its key concepts and rhetorical strategies, together with a thoughtful account of its relationship to other Coleridgean texts.' - H. J. Jackson, University of Toronto