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The Complete Poems

✓ The Complete Poems ✓ Samuel Taylor Coleridge William Keach - The Complete Poems, The Complete Poems O pure of heart thou need st not ask of me What this strong music in the soul may be One of the major figures of English Romanticism Samuel Taylor Coleridge created works of remarkable dive
  • Title: The Complete Poems
  • Author: Samuel Taylor Coleridge William Keach
  • ISBN: 9780140423532
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback

✓ The Complete Poems ✓ Samuel Taylor Coleridge William Keach, ✓ The Complete Poems ✓ Samuel Taylor Coleridge William Keach - The Complete Poems, The Complete Poems O pure of heart thou need st not ask of me What this strong music in the soul may be One of the major figures of English Romanticism Samuel Taylor Coleridge created works of remarkable dive
  • ✓ The Complete Poems ✓ Samuel Taylor Coleridge William Keach
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The Complete Poems

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  1. Samuel Taylor Coleridge William Keach says:
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge was an English poet, critic, and philosopher who was, along with his friend William Wordsworth, one of the founders of the Romantic Movement in England and one of the Lake Poets He is probably best known for his poems The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Kubla Khan, as well as his major prose work Biographia Literaria.

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  1. Matt says:
    I feel like a hypocrite adding this, since its a collected edition and I m only really a fan of a few of his poems The thing is, the few I m a fan of are some of the best poems I ve ever read Rime , Aeolian Harp , Frost At Midnight.He could barely contain the imagination he held so close in some of these masterpieces Read him at his best and you won t be dissapointed.He used to walk fervently up the street, conversation companion in tow, talking loudly and forcefully, switching sides every 20 ya [...]

  2. Leonard Gaya says:
    This volume is a compendium of Coleridge s poems I essentially focused my reading on one of them, the longest and, perhaps, the most famous, namely The Rime of the Ancient Mariner The story told is somewhat tortuous a ships gets lost in Antactica, the mariner shoots an albatross, he then has to carry the bird s corpse as a burden, a phantom ship appears and the crew dies Finally the mariner reaches the homeland and is rescued by a hermit.But what really is fascinating about this poem are the ima [...]

  3. Stuart says:
    YES I HAVE READ ALL OF THEM I EVEN CITED CRISTOBEL IN A PAPER ABOUT LESBIAN VAMPIRES IN SEVENTIES FRENCH CINEMA

  4. P.H.G. Haslam says:
    I mainly read this for the classic poems, while keeping an eye out for any lesser known gems I found The Rime of the Ancient Mariner to be very much deserving of fame I ve never read anything quite like that I m rather late to the party, I know I m pleased that I never had it ruined by having it taught to me in a school, as drudging through it line by line would take away from its immediate punch Christabel was interesting, but felt very much unfinished to me Kubla Khan is utterly sublime in fac [...]


  5. Jc Roushar says:
    Coleridge s work ignited my love of poetry The depths and heights of his emotion have significantly influenced my view of the world and have inspired my imagination His greatness as a poet lies in his capacity to create vivid pictures through succinct and unforgettable lines This is a nice collection, and an upgrade from the only works of his that I own an anthology which only included Kublai Khan, Dejection an Ode, and a few of his other works This collection of works contains some of the fines [...]


  6. Tom says:
    Did Coleridge ever right a word that wasn t great I haven t come across anything he s written, criticism included, that I didn t think was brilliant One of my favorites, hands down.

  7. Edward says:
    IntroductionAcknowledgementsTable of DatesFurther Reading Easter Holidays Dura navis Nil pejus est caelibe vita Sonnet to the Autumnal Moon Julia Quae nocent docent The Nose Life To the Muse Destruction of the Bastile Anthem for the Children of Christ s Hospital Progress of Vice Monody on the Death of Chatterton first version Monody on the Death of Chatterton second version An Invocation Anna and Harland To the Evening Star Pain On a Lady Weeping Monody on a Tea Kettle Genevieve On Receiving an [...]

  8. Andy says:
    Picked off the shelf on a whim and what a pleasure My favourite poet His work is superb and his letters are intelligent and full of feeling and wisdom.

  9. Sarah says:
    No my visionary soul shall dwellOn joys that were no endure to weighThe shame and anguish of the evil day,Wisely forgetful O er the ocean swellSublime of Hope, I seek the cottag d dellWhere Virtue calm with the careless step may stray,And dancing to the moonlight roundelay,The wizard Passions weave an holy spell Eyes that have ach d with Sorrow Ye shall weepTears of doubt mingled joy, like theirs who start From Precipices of distemper d sleep, On which the fierce eyed Fiends, their reveils kee [...]

  10. M. J. Lawless says:
    Had my fix for a while Star ratings for a poet like Coleridge are a bit of a nonsense for three poems Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Christable, Kubla Khan , ten, one hundred, a thousand stars are not enough However, his poem on the joys of leaving Cologne Okay, I can kind of do without those and skipped a lot while reading this again today There are some good notes with this, and the 4 stars are for the book rather than the actual poetry, which ranges from no human has ever written like this befo [...]

  11. Paul Mirek says:
    It s taken me about a year to get through this brick of a book, so forgive my broad overview of the collection as a whole Five stars easily for the classics the experience of reading The Rime of the Ancient Mariner is still unlike almost anything else in the English language, and the mystery behind Kubla Khan is as intoxicating as the otherworldly visions it presents Many of the earlier and later poems do little to add to his status, but they also barely detract and it is refreshing to see the m [...]

  12. Elizabeth Rogers says:
    I read this as part of a Wordsworth Coleridge class in graduate school and I was so upset that we focused on Wordsworth than Coleridge Coleridge s poems are strange and supernatural, reflecting that occult side of Romanticism that carried over from the brief Gothic period This collection allows readers to see Coleridge s shifts in style and focus, which reflect the general shift in the greater literary movement from 1790s Gothic to our traditional understanding of Romanticism.

  13. Zahra says:
    Romantic Era poetry is characterised as being light and airy in tone, and most go in assuming that ll be the case Coleridge s poetry does have elements of this, however at some points I was tempted into thinking if I smudged my fingers into the words, lead flakes would come off the loops and hangings of the letters He could get incredibly heavy handed, and it shows.

  14. Markus says:
    I had read The Rime of the Ancient Mariner several times with great pleasure, so I hoped to find in The Complete Poems of the same, and there is Christabel , Kubla Khan, To a Young Ass, The Raven, but soon I did not enjoy the others so much, related to obselete subjects, superstition, mysticism or religion.

  15. Thetravelingpanda says:
    Underneath an old oak treeThere was of a swine a huge company,That grunted as they crunched the mast For that was ripe, and fell full fast The RavenI loved Coleridge style Especially in the Raven, I think it s my favorite Nonetheless reading the poems was entertaining I thought I would be bored as with Keats but no I was engrossed by it so I read it really fast.

  16. Megan says:
    It s like peanut butter I bet most fans of chunky myself included would take coleridge over that creamy wimp wordsworth any day At the end of the day it s still going to stick to the roof of your mouth, but somehow being able to really put your teeth into it makes all the difference.

  17. Maureen says:
    The only poems I really remember are Kubla Khan and The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Not bad

  18. Janice Leff says:
    Kubla Khan Coleridge s efforts to remember a lush, elusive dream, made all the haunting by his inability to capture its full essence with words.

  19. Davis Stamford says:
    Yay, loved this I know some people say he stole ideas Maybe he just stole good ones then

  20. Amy Wolf says:
    Who doesn t love Ancient Mariner or Xanadu Funny how a little opium can enhance your creativity

  21. Douglas Heilbroner says:
    Penguin, not Coleridge, is the problem.

  22. Cristina Domenech says:
    A ver c mo dir a yo esto Todo lo que Coleridge dej a la mitad es diez veces mejor que la mayor a de lo que sus poetas contempor neaos dejaron terminado y editado.

  23. Colin says:
    I love Coleridge But you haven t heard The Rime of the Ancient Mariner until you ve heard Iron Maiden s song .

  24. Michael Sullivan says:
    Worthwhile mostly for Kubla Khan and the Mariner

  25. Ian says:
    Coleridge is one of the most sublime poets in the English language His poetry is essential to anyone who appreciates the beautiful use of language.


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