Coleridge's Poems

Coleridge's Poems Sources and ClassicNote Author

  • Barry, Peter. "Coleridge the Revisionary: Surrogacy and Structure in the Conversation Poems." The Review of English Studies Nov. 2000: 600-616. Print.

  • Benthall, R.A. "New Moons, Old Ballads, and Prophetic Dialogues in Coleridge's 'Dejection: An Ode'." Studies in Romanticism Winter 1998: 591-614. Print.

  • Enright, Timothy P."Sing, Mariner: Identity and Temporality in Coleridge's 'The Nightingale'." Studies in Romanticism Fall 1994: 481-501. Print.

  • Lawder, Bruce. "Secret(ing) Conversations: Coleridge and Wordsworth." New Literary History Winter 2001: 67-89. Print.

  • Levy, Michelle. "Discovery and the Domestic Affections in Coleridge and Shelley." Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 Autumn 2004: 693-713. Print.

  • Miller, Christopher R. "Coleridge and the Scene of Lyric Description." The Journal of English and Germanic Philology Oct. 2002: 520-539. Print.

  • Taylor, Anya. "Coleridge's 'Christabel' and the Phantom Soul."

    Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 Autumn 2002: 707-730. Print.

  • Mary Ellen Snodgrass. "Christabel." Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature. 2005-05-13. 2010-11-07. < EGL065&SingleRecord=True.>.
  • Harold Bloom. "Christabel." Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 2001-06-04. 2010-11-07. < BMPSTC16&SingleRecord=True.>.
  • Harold Bloom. ""Dejection: An Ode"." Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 2001-06-03. 2010-11-07. < BMPSTC22&SingleRecord=True.>.