Coleridge's Poems

Collected works

A current standard edition is The Collected Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, edited by Kathleen Coburn and many others from 1969 to 2002. This collection appeared across 16 volumes as Bollingen Series 75, published variously by Princeton University Press and Routledge & Kegan Paul.[63] The set is broken down as follows into further parts, resulting in 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 (part 1 - Reading Edition in 2 vols; part 2 - Variorum Text in 2 vols; part 3 - Plays in 2 vols).

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