By Coleridge, Samuel Taylor; Tee, Mark Ve-Yin; Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

ISBN-10: 144110707X

ISBN-13: 9781441107077

ISBN-10: 1441137505

ISBN-13: 9781441137500

ISBN-10: 184706597X

ISBN-13: 9781847065971

The Romantic phenomenon of a number of texts has been formed through the hyperlink among revision and authorial rationale. in spite of the fact that, what has been neglected are the profound implications of a number of and contradictory types of an analogous textual content for a materialist technique; utilizing the works of Coleridge as a case learn and the afterlife of the French Revolution because the major subject matter, this monograph lays out the technique for a extra distinct multi-layered research. Scrutinising 4 works of Coleridge (two poems, a newspaper article and a play), the place each significant variation is learn as a separate paintings with its personal specified socio-historical context, Ve-Yin Tee demanding situations the thought that anybody textual content is consultant of its totality. via re-reading Coleridge within the mild of different textual fabrics inside of that point, he opens a much wider scope for which means and the certainty of Coleridge's oeuvre.

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21 ‘Sea . . hill . . wood’ is repeated successively investing the phrase with the intensity of a mantra. Privately, it might have been intended as a reminder to George about the ‘Frost at Midnight’ section in the letter where it is written: ‘I love fields & woods & mountains with almost a visionary fondness’ (CL, I, p. 397). 22 It is the fear of invasion that underlies the persona’s anxiety over his surroundings in ‘Frost at Midnight’; his remaining awake in a household ‘all at rest’ is, in other words, a state of vigilance.

It may be so – I am of no party’) is re-enacted in ‘Fears in Solitude’, which simultaneously criticizes English society and sounds a war cry against France. He employed a political metaphor of clothes in the letter (CL, I, p. 20 Next, his recantation (CL, I, p. 397: ‘I have snapped my squeaking babytrumpet of Sedition’) is perfectly matched by the state of penitence in ‘France, an Ode’ where – to repeat the Analytical’s public interpretation of the The Catholicity of ‘Frost at Midnight’ 23 poem – ‘the poet reconciles .

56 With respect to Coleridge, Catholicism looms large in his private notebooks. In the notes that he took of the denomination during his year-long sojourn to Germany, there is no hint of hostility at all. On the contrary, in these earliest encounters of his with an ostensibly Catholic landscape, devotional practices, local beliefs and iconography were conscientiously recorded with unmistakable affection: [From] the bottom of a little Print in a Roman Catholic Village in the electorate of Mentz – May 1799 .

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