Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The Critical Heritage - Vol. 2

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SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE VOLUME 2, 1834-1900

THE CRITICAL HERITAGE

Edited by

J.R.DE J.JACKSON

London and New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • General Editor’s Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments x
  • Introduction 1
  • Chronology 24
  • Table Talk 27
  • Notes 55
  • General Estimates 63
  • Hints towards the Formation of a More Comprehensive Theory of Life 134
  • General Estimates 141
  • Poetical Works 187
  • Letters 198
  • Supplement to Volume 1 225
  • Poems on Various Subjects 227
  • Ode on the Departing Year 230
  • Poems, Second Edition 233
  • Fears in Solitude 237
  • Lyrical Ballads 241
  • Remorse 243
  • Christabel, Kubla Khan, a Vision; the Pains of Sleep 246
  • Biographia Literaria 284
  • Sibylline Leaves 291
  • Zapolya 297
  • Addenda and Corrigenda to Volume 1 311
  • Select Bibliography 312
  • Index 313
  • The Critical Heritage Series 321
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