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Biographical Study (Oxford, ); Lawrence Hanson, The Life of S. T. Coleridge, the Early Years (New York, ); John L. Lowes, The Road to Xanadu (Boston, ). 2Unless otherwise stated, Hanson is followed for the facts of Coleridge's life. The author of the present article is, of course, responsible for his interpretation of those facts. Life of S. T. Coleridge: the Early Years (London , repr;. New York, ), 'Coleridge's Philosophy of Literature (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ), 60 CAM. R. WOODRTN suggestC s that Coleridge' on originas statemenl t sin in March , "probabl, y represents no somethint fa fror m Coleridge Cited by: 1.
Mr. Lawrence Hanson in his The Life of S. T. Coleridge, The Early Years [hereafter Hanson] (London, , and New York, ). The editions of Southey's letters frequently omit or alter passages in the manuscripts. I have often cited the manuscript even when the extract appears in the printed versions. One of the most influential and controversial figures of the Romantic period, Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born in the son of a clergyman in Ottery St Mary, Devon. His career as a poet and writer was established after he befriended Wordsworth and together they produced Lyrical Ballads in Gender: Male.
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National Emergency Library. Top Life of S. Coleridge: the early years by Hanson, Lawrence. Publication date Publisher New York: Russell & Russell Collection. Samuel Taylor Coleridge, a leader of the British Romantic movement, was born on Octoin Devonshire, England.
His father, a vicar of a parish and master of a grammar school, married twice and had fourteen children. The youngest child in the family, Coleridge was a student at his father’s school and an avid reader.
After his father died inColeridge attended Christ’s. Early life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Jump to navigation Jump to search. Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born on 21 October The youngest of 14 children, he was educated after his father's death and excelled in classics. Coleridge describes himself as leading the life of a "play less day-dreamer" 25 until he was fourteen years old; and his earlier years would naturally be more solitary and less disciplined — if it is possible to use such a word in connection with Coleridge — than those which followed.
Coleridge thrived in London, making friends easily, immersing himself in the libraries and engaging in philosophical debates whenever he could. From an early age, he demonstrated an active imagination and a talent for talking himself out of scrapes. Main article: Early life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Coleridge was born on 21 October in the Town of Ottery St Mary in Devon, England. Samuel's father was the Reverend John Coleridge (–), the well-respected vicar of St Mary's Church, Ottery St Mary and was headmaster of the King's School, a free grammar school established by King Henry VIII (–) in the en: Hartley Coleridge, Berkeley Coleridge.
Holmes brings him to life in this first volume of Coleridge's early years. The book makes you wish you had known Coleridge personally and shared in his life. His life is complex and challenging and so it must have been for Holmes to research and write Coleridge's life/5(13).
Coleridge’s Early Years Samuel was notable at college due to his political and theological ideas which were developed with his then friend, Robert Southey, and was counted as rather radical. Two friends had a great plan to run a utopian commune called Pantisocracy; however, they failed.
The book’s individual components—first an entertaining account of Coleridge’s early life, then an account of the ways in which he became dissatisfied with the associationist theories of David Hartley and other 18th-century philosophers, then a reasoned critique of Wordsworth’s poems—are fascinating.
Over the whole work hovers Coleridge’s veneration for the power of imagination: once this key is grasped, the unity of the work. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hanson, Lawrence.
Life of S.T. Coleridge, the early years. New York, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) The early years of Coleridge’s married life, in which he lived with his family at Nether Stowey, were the period of his closest relationship with the poet William Wordsworth. Inspired by. The Life of S. Coleridge: The Early Years By Lawrence Hanson George Allen & Unwin, The years from to were for Coleridge a period of fast poetic and intellectual growth.
His first major poem, "The Eolian Harp," was published in in his Poems on Various Subjects. Its verse and theme contributed to the growth of English Romanticism, illustrating a blending of emotional expression and description with meditation.
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (15 August – 1 September ) was an English composer and conductor of mixed race; his mother was an English woman and his father was a Sierra Leone Creole physician.
Coleridge-Taylor achieved such success that he was referred to by white New York musicians as the "African Mahler" when he had three tours of the United States in the early : Samuel Coleridge Taylor, 15 August. The major biographies are the following: (a) James Dykes Campbell, Samuel Taylor Coleridge: A Narrative of the Events of his Life (London and New York, ; repr.
Highgate, ); (b) E. Chambers, Samuel Taylor Coleridge: A Biographical Study (Oxford, ; repr. ); (c) Lawrence Hanson, The Life of S. Coleridge: The Early Years (London and Oxford, ; : John Spencer Hill. The life of S.T.
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born in Ottery St. Mary, Devon in His father was a local vicar who was already 53 when Samuel was born; his father later died when Coleridge was just six years old.
As a child, he was withdrawn but loved reading. He later recounted how much he enjoyed reading books such as Robinson Crusoe, and Arabian Nights. S.T. Coleridge is one of the most versatile and fascinating minds in English literary history. This book front loads all his major poetry - including such brilliant prices as the Christabel, The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner, and the Aeolian Harp/5.
Hanson, Lawrence. The Life of S.T. Coleridge – The Early Years. New York: Russell and Russell, A biography of Coleridge’s life and vital letters and communication with editors, friends, and family is the basis of this text.
In-depth life experiences are featured in this book. Holmes, Richard. Coleridge: Darker Reflections, Early life and works Coleridge’s father was vicar of Ottery and headmaster of the local grammar school. As a child Coleridge was already a prodigious reader, and he immersed himself to the point of morbid fascination in romances and Eastern tales such as The Arabian Nights’ Entertainments.
He abandoned his wife and three children in and travelled restlessly for some 12 years to Malta, Sicily, Italy, London, Leicestershire, the Lakes once more, then back to .