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Author Coburn, Kathleen comp.

Title Coleridge; a collection of critical essays, edited by Kathleen Coburn.

Imprint Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1967]


Location Call No. Status
 GDL Central Library Non-Fiction    821 C693Co    Available
Description vi, 186 p. 21 cm.
Series A Spectrum book: Twentieth century views
Bibliography Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Introduction, by K. Coburn.--Coleridge; his life and work, by I. A. Richards.--The mariner and the albatross, by G. Whalley.--The theme of The ancient mariner, by D. W. Harding.--The nightmare world of The ancient mariner, by E. E. Bostetter.--The systolic rhythm; the structure of Coleridge's conversation poems, by A. GĂ©rard.--Kubla Khan, by E. Schneider.--Coleridge as critic, by H. Read.--Ideas and symbol; some hints from Coleridge, by L. C. Knights.--The marriage of night and day; notes on Coleridge and romanticism, by Y. Takahashi.--Wordsworth and Coleridge on diction and figures, by M. H. Abrams.--Coleridge on Milton's Satan, by B. T. Sankey, Jr.--Coleridge's economic views on postwar depression, 1817, by W. F. Kennedy.--Coleridge's historical thought, by R. O. Preyer.--Coleridge on the growth of the mind, by D. M. Emmett.--Chronology of important dates.--Notes on the editor and contributors.--Selected bibliography (p. 182-86)
Subject Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834 -- Criticism and interpretation.

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