The Question and Answer section for Coleridge’s Poems is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Cooleridfe often used what he knew best as a tool when writing. Raised on stories or folklore and superstition, Cooleridge used the English setting and native folklore as a base for his own work.
Youth and Age is a wonderful poem by Coleridge that is fairly self explanatory as you read through it. He starts by lamenting how carefree his youth was and how it is now lost, how old age has treated him poorly, and how the very old are a burden...
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