Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Ottery Saint Mary (Devon, Royaume-Uni), 21-10-1772
Death : Londres (Royaume-Uni), 25-07-1834
Note :
Poète et philosophe
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2277 4996

Activities of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) (187)

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Epilogue. Frost at Midnight. , (S. T. Coleridge), . Chant et piano
The Dead men sing from the Ancient Mariner. , (S. T. Coleridge.), Chant et piano

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She rested by the broken brook. - [14]
She rested by the broken brook. - Coleridge, comp.. - [14]
Thou art risen, my beloved. - [15]

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The New-born King. A Christmas cantata. Music by Gordon Jacob.. Words selected by Hazel Swift [de William Austin, M. E. Coleridge, S. T. Coleridge, John Hall, Longfellow, Shakespeare, Francis Thompson, Henry Vaughan. For baritone solo, mixed voices and orchestra (or piano, or piano duet). Vocal score]

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Documents about Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) (211)

Livres (210)

Coleridge and contemplation
Coleridge and the philosophy of poetic form
Transatlantic transcendentalism
Coleridge and the nature of imagination
Coleridge's experimental poetics
Coleridge, Romanticism and the Orient
Romantic tragedies
Tragic Coleridge
The poets' daughters
Wordsworth and Coleridge
Coleridge and Kantian ideas in England, 1796-1817
Sublime Coleridge
John Thelwall in the Wordsworth circle
Coleridge's chrysopoetics
Coleridge, language and the sublime
Humble men in company
Romantic tragedies
Coleridge and the daemonic imagination
Erindringens poetik
S. T. Coleridge
Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican church
The truth about romanticism
The Cambridge introduction to Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Coleridge and liberal religious thought
Coleridge's play of mind
Constructing Coleridge
Coleridge, revision and romanticism
Organising poetry
The Oxford handbook of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Platonic Coleridge
Poetic lives
Myriadminded men
Coleridge, the Bible, and religion
La scena tentatrice
Coleridge's afterlives
Charles Lamb, Coleridge and Wordsworth
Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the fine arts
The genealogy of the romantic symbol
Coleridge and German philosophy
The reception of S. T. Coleridge in Europe
Coleridge and scepticism
Coleridge and Shelley
Coleridge and the crisis of reason
Wordsworth and Coleridge
Coleridge, form and symbol
The friendship
Organic homiletic
Coleridge's assertion of religion
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Romantic complexity
Erotic Coleridge
Coleridge and Newman
The statesman's science
Ancient mariner
Coleridge and the doctors
Escenas del silencio y la repetición en la poesía de Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Coleridge's melancholia
On the sublime
Romantics and renegades
Romanticism and transcendence
A book I value
Coleridge & literary society, 1790-1834
The Cambridge companion to Coleridge
Breaking away
Coleridge's idea of Wordsworth as philosopher poet
Coleridge, Schiller and aesthetic education
Coleridge and the idea of friendship, 1789-1804
Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the sciences of life
Romantic Shakespeare
The gang
The symbolic imagination
Coleridge on imagination
The challenge of Coleridge
Marginalia VI
The English idea of history from Coleridge to Collingwood
Lectures 1818-1819
S. T. Coleridge
The mirror metaphor and Coleridge's mysticism
A passionate sisterhood
Marginalia V
The metaphysics of cooperation
Romantic aversions
Portraits of Coleridge
Coleridge and the uses of division
Marginalia IV
Jeunesse immortelle
Coleridge on dreaming
Portraits littéraires
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The poetry of relationship
The Romantics
Coleridge's later poetry
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Volume III
The life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Coleridge in Italy
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Propos de table
In the theatre of romanticism
Coleridge's philosophy of language
Coleridge's philosophy
Coleridge's philosophy
Coleridge and textual instability
On humanity
Coleridge's visionary languages
A Coleridge companion
A Coleridge chronology
The road to Xanadu
The knowledge that endures
Strange power of speech
Coleridge as philosopher
Marginalia III
S.T. Coleridge, poèmes de l'expérience vive
On politics and society
O narkōménos archággelos
Coleridge's figurative language
Coleridge, Keats and the imagination
Coleridge, Lamb, Hazlitt, and the reader of drama
Coleridge's political thought
The Coleridge connection
Delicate subjects
Fragmentation by decree
Strange power of speech
On politics and society
Risking enchantment
Coleridge's career
Forming the critical mind
His brother's keeper
Wordsworth and Coleridge
Unruly times
Sara Coleridge, a Victorian daughter
Coleridge, Shelley, and transcendental inquiry
Young Coleridge and the philosophers of nature
The language of Wordsworth and Coleridge
Coleridge's "Biographia literaria"
On moral personhood
Wordsworth and Coleridge
Coleridge and "The Friend"
Coleridge and the power of love
Coleridge and Mill
Coleridge and Wordsworth
Verbal imagination
Coleridge's philosophy of social reform
The Politics of imagination in Coleridge's critical thought
The Singing of Mount Abora
L'Albero e la macchina
Coleridge's philosophy of language
The Hamlet vision of Coleridge and Wordsworth
Coleridge and the self
Coleridge's defense of the human
Retorica e immaginario
The bondage of love
The Self as mind
Coleridge, Wordsworth, and the language of allusion
Coleridge and the inspired word
Coleridge and the concept of nature
Coleridge's imagination
Personification and the sublime
Coleridge as poet and religious thinker
Towards a romantic conception of nature : Coleridge's poetry up to 1803
L' Idealismo trascendentale in Coleridge, Wordsworth e Shelley
Coleridge's poetics
Romantic weather
A Coleridge companion
Coleridge's religious imagination
Die Manifestation des Selbstbewusstseins im konkreten "ich bin"
Vision and revision
Coleridge, language, and criticism
The Poetry of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Poetry realized in nature
The accomplishments of memory in Coleridge
Coleridge on the language of verse
Coleridge's blessed machine of language
The Creative mind in Coleridge's poetry
High romantic argument
The Omnipresent debate
Perturbed spirit
Poetry realized in nature
Romanticism and the forms of ruin
The Idea of the symbol
The German idea : four English writers and the reception of German thought, 1800-1860
The Heritage of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
Experience into thought
Coleridge's secret ministry
Coleridge's metaphors of being
The idea of Coleridge's criticism
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Volume I
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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