Coleridge's Poems

References

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  2. ^ Radley, 13
  3. ^ James Gillman (2008) The Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Bastion Books
  4. ^ Coleridge,Samuel Taylor, Joseph Noel Paton, Katharine Lee Bates.Coleridge's Ancient Mariner Ed Katharine Lee Bates. Shewell, & Sanborn (1889) p.2
  5. ^ Morley, Henry. Table Talk of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Christobel, &c. New York: Routledge (1884) pp.i-iv
  6. ^ Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Biographia Literaria. Princeton UP, 1985, p. 10.
  7. ^ "Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (CLRG791ST)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge. 
  8. ^ Radley, 14
  9. ^ Holmes, 4
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  11. ^ Bate, 24
  12. ^ Radley, 16
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  17. ^ The Conyers falchion (a broad, short medieval sword) is traditionally presented to incoming Bishops of Durham, as they ride across the bridge at Croft.
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  19. ^ http://iberianature.com/britainnature/poet-climbs-scafell/#more-3118
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  21. ^ For an appraisal of Sharp's role in Coleridge's career, see Knapman, D. (2004) Conversation Sharp: the Biography of a London Gentleman, Richard Sharp (1759–1835), in Letters, Prose and Verse. [Private Publication]. (Held by British Library)
  22. ^ The debate is being followed at a dedicated page on "Faustus (1821) controversy". .
  23. ^ Holmes (1998), p.429.
  24. ^ Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1830). On the Constitution of the Church and State according to the Idea of Each with Aids toward a Right Judgment on the Late Catholic Bill (1 ed.). London: Hurst, Chance & Co. Retrieved 12 September 2014. 
  25. ^ Essay On Faith
  26. ^ Confessions Of An Inquiring Spirit (1840)
  27. ^ See Stephen Prickett, Romanticism and Religion (Cambridge: CUP, 1976).
  28. ^ Mary Anne Perkins and Nicholas Reid both argue that in September 1818 Coleridge resolved the problems he had earlier faced in his discussion of Schelling in the Biographia, and that the "Opus Maximum" accordingly sets out a relatively systematic post-Kantian position (Perkins, Coleridge's Philosophy, p.10, and Reid, Coleridge, Form and Symbol, pp.viii and 126).
  29. ^ Gillman, Alexander William (1895) Searches into the History of the Gillman or Gilman Family. London: Published by Elliot Stock
  30. ^ Carlye, Thomas, Life of John Sterling, Book 1 Chapter 8
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  32. ^ a b Magnuson (2002), p. 45.
  33. ^ Bloom (1971), p. 202.
  34. ^ Harper (1928), p. 11.
  35. ^ Koelzer (2006), p. 68.
  36. ^ Harper (1928), p. 15.
  37. ^ Abrams (1965), p.
  38. ^ Koelzer (2006). p. 67.
  39. ^ Beckson (1963), pp. 265–266.
  40. ^ See article on Mimesis
  41. ^ Eliot (1956), pp. 50–56.
  42. ^ Kenner (1995), pp. 40–45.
  43. ^ Parker, p. 111

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