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Hartley Coleridge, poets son and poet

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      • Bibliography: p. [196]-200.Reprint of the 1931 ed. published by Oxford University Press, London.Includes index.

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        PublishersNorwood Editions
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        LC Classifications1977
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 62 p. :
        Number of Pages67
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        ISBN 100848211081
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New clients are requested to send remittance with your orders. He had one close friend at the time, a boy named Robert Jameson, not a fellow student, to whom he afterwards addressed a series of sonnets.

Hartley spent the next eight years in constant companionship with his younger brother Derwent, at home and at school. Hartley's brother Derwent wrote the following about Hartley's time at Greta Hall: "The unlimited indulgence with which he was treated at Greta Hall, tended, without doubt, to strengthen the many and strong peculiarities of his nature, and may perhaps have contributed to that waywardness and want of control, from which in later-life he suffered so deeply.

including frontispiece Media category unmediated Media MARC source rdamedia Media type code• Derwent Coleridge made this comment about his brother's time at Oxford: "Though far from a destructive in politics, he was always keenly alive to what he supposed to be the evils and abuses of the existing state of things both in Church and State, while he remained constant in his Hartley Coleridge to what he believed to be the essentials of both.

Presentation copy to John M. hartley coleridge Write your comment about Hartley Coleridge. Microbius: transpositions of hartley coleridge: the end of my 'english strain' project, book three: 'british standards'.

Hartley Coleridge

In the autumn of 1800 Samuel Taylor Coleridge moved his wife and young son Hartley to the. He went to Oxford in 1815, as a scholar of. It was around this poets son and poet that he composed the fragment Prometheus, which his father regarded with much interest. Hartley suffered from a dependency on alcohol for the rest of his life. Hartley Coleridge's literary reputation chiefly rests on his works of criticism, on his Prometheus, an unfinished lyric drama, and on his a form which suited his particular skills.

His sister was a poet and translator, and his brother was a scholar and author. Their fellow students included the sons of their father's friend, the poet. During their time at the school they resided in. " In 1839 he brought out his edition of andwith biographies of both dramatists.

Hartley Coleridge : poet's son and poet

This article incorporates text from a publication now in the : Chisholm, Hugh, ed. His figure was as familiar as Wordsworth's, and he made many friends among the locals. He called this imaginary Ejuxria, and laid out its geography and history with great care, explaining everything to Derwent as he went along. Cchazmo222: " but what is freedom? Microbius: my contribution involves the poetics of 'the english strain project'•