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Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Bloom's Modern Critical Views)

by Harold Bloom

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0877546843, Hardcover)

Coleridge's poetry often overshadows the brilliance of the other forms of writing he chose to pursue. His critical work reveals a wealth of profoundly sensitive observations and a prophetic vision of compelling authenticity. Examine some of his works and poetry, including Kubla Kahn, and his theory of secondary imagination.

This title, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, part of Chelsea House Publishers’ Modern Critical Views series, examines the major works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge through full-length critical essays by expert literary critics. In addition, this title features a short biography on Samuel Taylor Coleridge, a chronology of the author’s life, and an introductory essay written by Harold Bloom, Sterling Professor of the Humanities, Yale University.

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Contemporary criticism on those poets, novelists and playwrights of the English language who are most widely studied by readers everywhere.

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