Coleridge's Poems

Collected Works

A current standard edition is The Collected Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, edited by Kathleen Coburn and many other editors (1969-2002), which appeared (from Princeton University Press and Routledge and Kegan Paul) in Bollingen Series 75, in 16 volumes, broken down as follows into further volumes and parts, to a total of 34 separate printed volumes:

  • 1. Lectures 1795 on Politics and Religion (1971);
  • 2. The Watchman (1970);
  • 3. Essays on his Times in the Morning Post and the Courier (1978) in 3 vols;
  • 4. The Friend (1969) in 2 vols;
  • 5. Lectures, 1808-1819, on Literature (1987) in 2 vols;
  • 6. Lay Sermons (1972);
  • 7. Biographia Literaria (1983) in 2 vols;
  • 8. Lectures 1818-1819 on the History of Philosophy (2000) in 2 vols;
  • 9. Aids to Reflection (1993);
  • 10. On the Constitution of the Church and State (1976);
  • 11. Shorter Works and Fragments (1995) in 2 vols;
  • 12. Marginalia (1980 and following) in 6 vols;
  • 13. Logic (1981);
  • 14. Table Talk (1990) in 2 vols;
  • 15. Opus Maximum (2002);
  • 16. Poetical Works (2001) in 6 vols (part1 Reading Edition in 2 vols; part 2 Variorum Text in 2 vols; part 3 Plays in 2 vols).

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